Bonnie Collar finds comfort in her husband Kent's shoulder as their attorney, Jere Beasley, describes the videotaped death of University of South Alabama freshman Gil Collar, during a news conference Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012 in Montgomery, Ala. Collar was fatally shot by a campus police officer at the University of South Alabama on Oct. 6. "I can tell you without reservation nothing we saw in the videotape justified the use of deadly force in this case," said Beasley, a former Alabama lieutenant governor. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)

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Bonnie Collar finds comfort in her husband Kent's shoulder as their attorney, Jere Beasley, describes the videotaped death of University of South Alabama freshman Gil Collar, during a news conference Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012 in Montgomery, Ala. Collar was fatally shot by a campus police officer at the University of South Alabama on Oct. 6.  "I can tell you without reservation nothing we saw in the videotape justified the use of deadly force in this case," said Beasley, a former Alabama lieutenant governor. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
Bonnie Collar finds comfort in her husband Kent's shoulder as their attorney, Jere Beasley, describes the videotaped death of University of South Alabama freshman Gil Collar, during a news conference Thursday, Oct. 11, 2012 in Montgomery, Ala. Collar was fatally shot by a campus police officer at the University of South Alabama on Oct. 6. "I can tell you without reservation nothing we saw in the videotape justified the use of deadly force in this case," said Beasley, a former Alabama lieutenant governor. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)
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