Like the George Floyd witnesses, he saw police kill a man. Now, he's part of the system and demanding change

The 29-year-old, who recorded the fatal police shooting of Walter Scott in North Charleston, South Carolina, six years ago, had to testify himself amid threats, bigotry and bogus allegations — all for the seemingly noble act of documenting police violence. Once on the witness stand, his character and recollections came under fire.

“It’s bringing up a lot of memories,” said the Dominican immigrant who came to the States at 13 and counts English as his second language. “That bad experience…

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