Keith Lamont Scott, Video Evidence Shows He Was Armed Israeli News Live
He shows blow up of shot showing he had ankle holster, black outline of gun against his pants and in his hands.
like you Steven I thought they gunned the guy down but you have shed light on the situation and yes Mr. Scott brought it down on himself. Thank you brother.
there is something in his right hand
You can see ankle holster black band on right leg, and barrel of gun small black rectangle against blue pants in his hand.
blow up shows outline of black gun barrel against pants and handle going out
BREAKING - COPS PLANT EVIDENCE on KEITH SCOTT's
Keith Scott Shooting Video Analysis Sep 24, 2016
Did the cops plant a gun at the scene? Uh, no! Gun is clearly on the ground.
Way too much video going on for the cops to risk bad procedure especially since they didn't need to and they acted as though they knew this. If anything Scott got more than the average amount of leeway that would have been given. The gun was recovered with the hammer cocked ready for use
No gun on ground in the bodycam video as they approach Scott. Red cop crouches and slides gun between his legs on the pavement with left hand, you can hear it in the video. Clearly there is no gun on the pavement in the bodycam video. The gun was removed from Scott by red cop seconds after the shooting look at the bodycam vid as they approach Scott.
I think you might be correct. That part is not visible in the wife's video that I analyzed in this because she was too far away when the shooting occurred. I just watched the body cam video again and the cop in the red shirt does indeed reach down toward the area where Scott's right hand is, and you can head something metallic sounding on the ground.
Thanks and yes i knew that. I just dont understand how you can just walk to someone, scream drop the gun when he has no gun. Its a police tactic incase someone is recording. Did they tell the 12 yr old boy to drop his toy gun??? These are fucking savages.
JR Vids2 days ago
Google it. He had been previously charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon
Him getting himself killed has to do with the fact that one, he was a convicted felon - he was not allowed to carry a gun, and two, not following police orders - this actually killed him.
There have been numerous unconfirmed reports published in the media concerning this case. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department has prepared the following case update to provide factual information about the officer-involved shooting.
Two plain clothes officers were sitting inside of their unmarked police vehicle preparing to serve an arrest warrant in the parking lot of The Village at College Downs, when a white SUV pulled in and parked beside of them.
The officers observed the driver, later identified as Mr. Keith Lamont Scott, rolling what they believed to be a marijuana “blunt.” Officers did not consider Mr. Scott’s drug activity to be a priority at the time and they resumed the warrant operation. A short time later, Officer Vinson observed Mr. Scott hold a gun up.
Because of that, the officers had probable cause to arrest him for the drug violation and to further investigate Mr. Scott being in possession of the gun.
Due to the combination of illegal drugs and the gun Mr. Scott had in his possession, officers decided to take enforcement action for public safety concerns. Officers departed the immediate area to outfit themselves with marked duty vests and equipment that would clearly identify them as police officers.
Upon returning, the officers again witnessed Mr. Scott in possession of a gun. The officers immediately identified themselves as police officers and gave clear, loud and repeated verbal commands to drop the gun. Mr. Scott refused to follow the officers repeated verbal commands.
A uniformed officer in a marked patrol vehicle arrived to assist the officers. The uniformed officer utilized his baton to attempt to breach the front passenger window in an effort to arrest Mr. Scott.
Mr. Scott then exited the vehicle with the gun and backed away from the vehicle while continuing to ignore officers’ repeated loud verbal commands to drop the gun. Officer Vinson perceived Mr. Scott’s actions and movements as an imminent physical threat to himself and the other officers. Officer Vinson fired his issued service weapon, striking Mr. Scott. Officers immediately rendered first aid and requested Medic to respond to the scene.
Homicide Unit Detectives interviewed multiple independent civilian witnesses at the scene and at police headquarters. Those witnesses confirmed that officers gave numerous loud verbal commands for Mr. Scott to drop the weapon and also confirmed that at no time did Mr. Scott comply with their commands.
A lab analysis conducted of the gun crime scene investigators recovered at the scene revealed the presence of Mr. Scott’s DNA and his fingerprints on the gun. It was also determined that the gun Mr. Scott possessed was loaded at the time of the encounter with the officers. The investigation also revealed that Mr. Scott was wearing an ankle holster at the time of the event.
In the previous post are photos of the gun, ankle holster and marijuana “blunt” in Mr. Scott’s possession at the time of the incident. Links to the portion of the digital mobile video recorder (dash-cam) and body worn camera footage that capture the time of the shooting are below.
The body worn camera illustrates the footage from the moment it was turned on until officers began rendering first aid to Mr. Scott
The dash-cam footage is from the time in which the officer operating the car with the dash-cam video arrives on the scene until officers began rendering first aid to Mr. Scott.