Mom of unarmed black man responds to ex-cop's sentencing

Former South Carolina police officer Michael Slager was sentenced today to 20 years in prison for fatally shooting Walter Scott.
4:04 | 12/07/17

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It's been honor for all this time represent this family. And proud of the history they'll meet today. It's Judy Scotland's some words. That it. Audit made. And I Anne Marie you anything and I'm glad. It it. I think and I praise god each and every line. You thank god all the graves. Went or spam. I think god would be attorneys. I thank god that every thing bad he has. I thought. Oh I think right now because that's. I thank god that you then. Our lives. Giving me my name is it that is. And their orders by the Walt Scott. At the beginning this or deal. The family would decide to give assesses. We feel like we have it's gotten. Services today. With field that we have moved on and not only do we get just as they put the child was told. And we were did not believe their original report. We did not believe that we did not stress that bad at they and that the day god had a Raymond Lewis. And his name with Santana. Who was brave enough to film. This. Horrendous act that was done to my brother. Family has changed in a way that we can never be the same again. But. For the grace of god. We have come a long way. And we have come through this stole. Included Sears. But we have not fallen. Hit about. But we head filled. And proud. To be here today. And it's still seeking justice or waltzes and the process you know other families me nuts received this but. We are set so. Roadmap what they have to follow. To believe in god and try to keep the peace with bank Charleston for keeping the peace with that the United States to keep them peace. And we do to direct way and we have not gotten enough time that we think that might be suitable put. We've got its. And this is the first in this historical. And we did it all the right way. All lies across all its news team all eyes was got all the teased across. And we are very thankful and grateful what being able to be at this moment today. Game we do think. With that everybody had a plot in this and these gentlemen. Has been with Dustin has been giving. Chris still wit and Justin Lambert. They have been spared major turning incident and we've been convicted with that the state and DOJ. And we really do appreciate them coming in and I thought we would have it would have been over sooner than but has been all. Rod for my family. And we've had a lot. Of holiday. A lot of crime. And we've seen brother running die maybe at times. In vacuum ever stop but neck and of its age. We've the victory. It says we remain to all foreign bank. But she will come in the morning and this is just a stock to excellent. And we thank god put things.

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