Student Killed by Campus Police, Protests Erupt at Georgia Tech


Violent protests broke out after a vigil was held for Scout Schultz, a white gay student at Georgia Tech who refused to drop a knife and was shot and killed by Georgia Tech campus police late Saturday night.

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

WSB-TV Atlanta reported:

Protests unfolded Monday night on Georgia Tech’s campus after a vigil held for the student who was shot and killed by campus police over the weekend.

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

Scout Schultz was shot once in the heart after a confrontation with four Georgia Tech Police Department officers around 11p.m. Saturday. Officials with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation said the officers responded to call of a person possibly armed with a gun and knife near a dormitory and parking deck.

Channel 2’s Justin Wilfon is on scene of the protests. Wilfon reports what appears to be a Georgia Tech campus police officer was loaded into an ambulance for an apparent head injury.

We’ve learned Georgia Tech police requested assistance from the Atlanta Police Department.

A short time ago, two officers were hurt, and three people arrested in Georgia Tech protests tonight following shooting death of Scout Schultz.@wsbtv.

Scott “Scout” Schultz, 21, was pronounced dead Sunday morning. Police said an officer shot the student Saturday night after Schultz refused to drop a knife. The student’s family claimed the officer overreacted.

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