Ga. Tech Student Killed by Police Called 911, Audio Released

Ga. Tech Student Killed by Police Called 911, Audio Released

A short time ago, WSB-TV Atlanta obtained the unedited 911 call that was made by Ga. Tech student, Scott “Scout” Schultz shortly before campus police were forced to shoot and kill him.

When Schultz , who was white and was a LGBTQ student activist, was confronted by campus police, he told the officers, “Shoot me.”

WSB-TV reported:

The 911 call helps paint the full picture of what transpired the night the 22-year-old was shot and killed.

In the call, Schultz told Georgia Tech police that a man with “long blond hair, white t-shirt and jeans” was outside the dorms on campus.

911 Audio can be heard here. 

“It looks like he’s got a knife in his hand. I think he might have a gun on his hip,” Schultz is heard on the call.

Channel 2’s Mark Winne obtained the call when he contacted the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

The officer who fired the gun was identified by the GBI as Tyler Beck. Schultz was found to have a multi-purpose tool with a blade, authorities said.

The GBI told Channel 2’s Tyisha Fernandes they found three suicide notes in Scout’s dorm room.

In the video of the shooting, it appears that the campus police did everything they could to get Schultz to drop the knife and at the same time, when he made the call to 911, he also said that he may have a gun on his hip, which gives rise to the fact that the officers may also have felt he had a firearm as well.

As a result of the shooting and death of Schultz, violent protests broke out after a vigil that was held for Scout Schultz.

The leftists could not wait to riot and also set a campus police cruiser on fire.

The university sent out a campus alert about “violent protests” on campus urging students to “seek shelter in a secure location.”

As of Tuesday, three people were arrested when protests turned violent at Georgia Tech Monday night in the wake of a fatal shooting days ago by campus police. The three were  charged with inciting a riot and battery of an officer.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that two police officers suffered minor injuries, one of whom was sent to the hospital.

The paper identified those arrested as Vincent Castillenti, Jacob Wilson and Cassandra Monden.

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