Police displays videos free of shooting Charlotte

Police displays videos free of shooting Charlotte

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The police in the U.s. Charlotte has two videos released of the shooting where a black man by a police officer was shot and killed.

The videos do not make clear whether the man, Keith Scott, a weapon carried. One of the movies is made with a bodycam of one of the agents, the other from the police car.

Police chief Kerr Putney to let you know that the images only “insufficient” to prove that the suspect is a weapon in his hand. “You could have something in the hand and that he is focused on an agent,” said Putney about the video.

The police gave earlier to that video footage would prove that Scott has a weapon carried. The police are also photos released of the weapon that Scott has to carry, and a joint, which is also the victim would have been.

On 20 september, it was Scott by a policeman killed in a car in a parking lot. Hundreds of people took to the streets after the 43-year-old dark American was killed by a dark agent. The incident took place in a parking lot on the university campus.

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According to the daughter of the victim was her father was not armed. His family claimed that the victim in the car a book would have sit down and read, after which he with a stroomstootwapen was addressed and with a firearm was shot.

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Police chief Putney said during a press conference in Charlotte, that the police video would release.

The released video is made with a bodycam. Also, there would be another image of a camera in the police car to be released.

The wife of the man who was shot had on Friday already a video made public of the incident.

According to the police, would the politiebeelden prove that the man is a weapon in itself. The family of the victim denies that.

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