On Wednesday, Christopher Collins wrote that the daughter of Keith Scott — the black man shot by police in Charlotte, North Carolina, posted a vulgar rant in which she claimed her father didn’t have a gun at the time he was shot. But, KWCH reported, a dash camera video footage shows the exact opposite. According to the report, Scott is seen getting out of his car and coming at police with a gun in his hand.
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Chief Kerr Putney said Scott posed a threat because officers saw him exit a vehicle twice with a the gun and didn’t drop it when police ordered him to do so.
WSCO (http://on.wsoctv.com/2cnnazy) said Chief Putney said he saw some of the video from the scene, but not all of it.
“I can tell you a weapon was seized, a handgun. I can also tell you, we did not find a book, that has been made reference too,” said Putney. “I can just tell you what I know based on what we’ve gathered through the scientific process of going through the evidence.
WSOC reports that police say they would like to share the dash camera video, but the law won’t allow them to share it because it is part of the investigation.
Unfortunately, facts don’t matter to the mob that is now destroying Charlotte.
North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory told Sean Hannity that a gun was found at the scene of the shooting:
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