Keith Lamont Scott’s brother: All white people ‘f*****g devils’

Charlotte riots. Brother of man killed by black officer says all white people are devils.
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Keith Lamont Scott, the man shot by police in Charlotte, North Carolina, was killed by a black police officer.  Nevertheless, the Daily Caller reported, his brother castigated all white people — especially white police officers — as “f*****g devils.”


“I just know that all white people are f*****g devils,” he said before walking away from reporters.  “All white cops are f*****g devils, and white people.”

A post at heavy.com added:

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The man did not stop with the devils comment; he is captured in other video interviews making claims about the shooting. WCNC-TV said he identified himself to an NBC reporter as Scott’s brother.

WCNC-TV Charlotte anchor/reporter Tanya Mendis was one of the journalists conducting interviews with him:

“He was waiting on his son to get from school,” he said in another interview.

The narrative being pushed by many — including Democrat Hillary Clinton — is that Scott was killed by an out-of-control trigger-happy white guy.

But that’s not the case.

Heavy.com noted:

The chief has verified that Vinson was wearing plainclothes. However, he said Wednesday that officers gave “loud, clear verbal commands which were also heard by many of the witnesses” to Scott to drop the weapon but, according to The Huffington Post, Scott “had re-entered his vehicle and exited again still holding the gun.”

As a result, Charlotte has been turned into a war zone and the National Guard has been called out.

But it’s whitey’s fault.  Got it…


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