What?!?!? You mean the saggy pants savages got it wrong AGAIN???
This is EXACTLY why I believe the police version of the story before I believe the hood rat story EVERY time. 99.9999999% of the time, the police get it RIGHT. You say “hands up don’t shoot,” and that turns out to be based on a complete lie. The daughter of this guy says “You shot my m@#$%^&*!#@n daddy, who is a m@#$%^&*!#@n cripple and can’t do nothin’, and he was just sittin’ there readin’ a m@#$%^&*!#@n book, and he didn’t even have a gun,” which turns out to be ANOTHER lie. Turns out that Keith Lamont Scott was carrying a STOLEN gun, and had a restraining order against him by his wife. Nice guy. You may be unhappy that Lemonjello or Fauxniqua got shot, but if they were engaging in criminal behavior, or acting in a threatening manner towards police, THEY DESERVED IT!!! NO ONE believes you because you keep trying to excuse the BAD BEHAVIOR of yourselves and those in your community instead of policing yourselves, and being responsible for your own behavior.
Henceforth, until you start caring enough about yourselves, your friends, and your families to act in a responsible, lawful manner, call out those who don’t, and stop killing more of your own through abortion and gang violence than all the white police officers could kill in a THOUSAND YEARS, you can find sympathy for your plight in the dictionary between “something” and “syphilis,” if you even know what a dictionary is and how to read it.
If that offends you, go find your “safe space,” curl up in a little ball, and suck your thumb. If you riot and loot, I HOPE YOU GET SHOT.
Keith Scott WAS carrying a stolen gun, police say – and his wife filed for a restraining order against him saying he was armed, violent and had threatened to kill her
- Keith Scott’s gun had been reported stolen, authorities said on Monday
- A breaking and entering suspect told officials he had sold him the gun
- His wife Rakeyia got a restraining order in October last year, records show
- She wrote: ‘He carries a 9mm black’ and said he had hit her and a child
- Scott, 43, was shot and killed Tuesday after a confrontation with Charlotte, North Carolina police
Keith Scott was carrying a stolen gun when he was shot and killed during a confrontation with police in Charlotte, North Carolina, authorities have said.
The gun was reported stolen after a breaking and entering, according to the police.
A breaking and entering suspect told agents at the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives that he had sold the gun to Scott, ABC 11 reported Monday. He is now in custody.
Scott’s wife Rakeyia, who filmed her husband’s killing on Tuesday, had filed for a restraining order against him and had told authorities he carried a gun, hit her as well as one of her children and had threatened to kill her, records have shown.
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Keith Scott (pictured), 43, died on Tuesday in Charlotte, North Carolina after a confrontation with police officers. Authorities say he was carrying a stolen gun at the time
His wife Rakeyia, who filmed her husband’s killing on Tuesday, had filed for a restraining order against him, as shown in this formed dated October 2015
Rakeyia detailed her husband’s behavior in the filing in October last year. She said he had hit her and one of her children.
‘He hit my 8 year old in the head a total of three times with is [sic] fist,’ she wrote on the form published by TWC News.
‘He kicked me and threaten [sic] to kill us last night with his gun. He said he is a “killer” and we should know that.’
The form asked whether there was any reason that law enforcement should consider the defendant a potential threat. Possible reasons included carrying concealed weapons while drinking alcohol and having threatened an officer.
Rakeyia ticked ‘yes’ and specified: ‘He carries a 9mm black.’
Rakeyia (pictured with Scott) detailed her husband’s behavior when she filed for a restraining order against him in October last year. She said he had hit her and one of her children
She dismissed the protective order against Scott voluntarily on October 16, 11 days after filing it. The couple had seven children.
His friend Toccaro Harris said: ‘It doesn’t mean that he was bad. It doesn’t mean that he had a right to get his life [taken].’
Scott, 43, had served more than eight years in Texas for evading arrest and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, according to TWC News.
He shot a man whom he believed was making threats against his family, according to his attorney.
Scott had also been convicted for assault with a deadly weapon and DWI in North Carolina.
Police on Saturday released bits of footage of Scott’s killing. Protesters have demanded they release the whole tapes.
None of the videos released so far show Scott raising a weapon or aiming it at the officers.
Scott instead can be seen walking backwards out of his car with his hands at his side before four shots hit him.
Officers can be heard in the video filmed by Scott’s wife shouting: ‘Drop the gun.’ But the dashcam footage released by the policies doesn’t make it clear whether or not Scott had a gun in his hand.
Charlotte police say they saw marijuana and a gun inside Scott’s car before the shooting.
They released photos of the gun they said Scott had in his possession, as well as pictures of an ankle holster and a joint containing marijuana.
Scott’s family said during a press conference that none of the shooting videos prove that Scott was holding a gun. Pictured left is his sister-in-law Rachel and center is his brother-in-law Ray
Scott’s family said during a press conference following the release of the video that none of the videos prove that Scott was holding a gun at the time of the shooting.
‘Unfortunately we are left with far more questions than we have answers,’ his brother-in-law Ray Dotch said after seeing the police footage ‘
‘We shouldn’t have to humanize him for him to be treated fairly. He’s an American citizen who deserved better.
‘It does not make sense to us how this incident resulted in the loss of life.’
He asked why the police didn’t listen to Scott’s wife, who said he had a traumatic brain injury.
Justin Bamberg, the family’s lawyer, also said: ‘The dash cam or the body cam, you can’t clearly identify what, if anything, is in his hand, and that has not changed.’
Scott’s family believe Charlotte police might need better training policies on how to deescalate situations like the one that led to Scott’s shooting.
Hundreds of protesters have walked on Charlotte’s streets since Scott’s shooting. Authorities lifted a midnight curfew on Monday after three days. The city remains under a state of emergency.
Video of brother-in-law’s lawyer giving press conference: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3808803/Keith-Scott-carrying-stolen-gun-police-say-wife-filed-restraining-order-against-saying-armed-violent-threatened-kill-her.html#v-7004274775201893787