A protestor stands with fist raised as she confronts police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

A protestor stands with fist raised as she confronts police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

 A protestor sheds tears as she confronts riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

A protestor sheds tears as she confronts riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

 Tear gas is used as protesters confront riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

Tear gas is used as protesters confront riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

 A protestor shouts at riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

A protestor shouts at riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

 A protester shouts slogans during a protest in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 22 September 2016. Protesters took to the streets of Charlotte for the third consecutive night to protest the fatal 20 September shooting African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers.

A protester shouts slogans during a protest in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 22 September 2016. Protesters took to the streets of Charlotte for the third consecutive night to protest the fatal 20 September shooting African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers.

  Riot police officers stand near an automobile with a smashed window as they confront protestors in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

 Riot police officers stand near an automobile with a smashed window as they confront protestors in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

  A protestor holds up her hand in front of riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

 A protestor holds up her hand in front of riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

 Protesters confront riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

Protesters confront riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

 A protestor stands with fist raised as she confronts police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 
 A protestor sheds tears as she confronts riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 
 Tear gas is used as protesters confront riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 
 A protestor shouts at riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 
 A protester shouts slogans during a protest in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 22 September 2016. Protesters took to the streets of Charlotte for the third consecutive night to protest the fatal 20 September shooting African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers.
  Riot police officers stand near an automobile with a smashed window as they confront protestors in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 
  A protestor holds up her hand in front of riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 
 Protesters confront riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

A protestor stands with fist raised as she confronts police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

A protestor sheds tears as she confronts riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

Tear gas is used as protesters confront riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

A protestor shouts at riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

A protester shouts slogans during a protest in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 22 September 2016. Protesters took to the streets of Charlotte for the third consecutive night to protest the fatal 20 September shooting African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers.

 Riot police officers stand near an automobile with a smashed window as they confront protestors in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

 A protestor holds up her hand in front of riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

Protesters confront riot police officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, 21 September 2016. North Carolina governor Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency after protesters took to the streets of Charlotte, North Carolina, for the second consecutive night to demonstrate against the fatal shooting of African-American Keith Lamont Scott by police officers. 

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