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Saturday, September 24, 2016

North Carolina Police Release Keith Scott Video

Both the police video and the family's cell phone video are below.

I can't tell what I'm looking at in the police video. The article below says nobody can't see if Scott had anything in his in his hand, in this particular video.  But the most important thing I didn't see is the black cop, Brentley Vinson, the one that the police told us shot Keith Scott.


Sound is missing in the first 25 seconds altogether.  And I can't figure out why we can't hear the same shots we hear in the cell phone video when the sound seems to be on in the police video.

All in all, I'd guess that this is not the video the North Carolina Police have been hiding all week. Or, this is the one and it's been edited. I don't know. Look for yourself. It's a mess. And I think it's a deliberate mess.

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"Justin Bamberg told reporters there is no definitive evidence in police videos released Saturday that speaks to whether Scott had an object in his hand.

POLICE BODY CAM VIDEO 









Tuesday’s shooting of Scott, a black man, by a black police officer at an apartment complex parking lot has led to protests — which turned violent at times — in Charlotte over the past four nights. It is among a number of shootings in recent years that have spurred debate about how and when police should use deadly force and how race factors into whom police shoot.



THE CELL PHONE VIDEO