Sunday, December 4, 2016
KEITH LAMONT SCOTT'S MURDER vs CHARLOTTE'S FAKE RACIST PROTESTS:
RACIALLY MOTIVATED RIOTS ARE SMOKESCREENS FOR WHAT ELITE ARE REALLY DOING.
DEMOCRATS' CONTINUED AGENDA TO DIVIDE POLICE AND BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA.
Sources: Charlotte Observer, Alex Jones, Wall Street Journal, WSOC, Russia Today, YouTube
In September 2016 a 43-yr old Black Man was shot and killed in Charlotte, NC by a Black
Charlotte Police Officials and Charlotte-Mecklenburg District Attorney Andrew Murray, state forensic video evidence shows Keith Lamont Scott brandishing a firearm prior to being shot and killed by CMPD.
However Mr Scott's widow and other witnesses state he was not holding a gun.
Nevertheless there will be no charges filed against the CMPD Officer who shot Mr Scott.
So do I believe the CMPD Officer who shot Mr Scott should be reprimanded because perhaps he acted too quickly in using DEADLY FORCE towards Mr Scott?
Do I believe DEMOCRAT Leaders who are still angry DONALD TRUMP defeated HILLARY CLINTON on Nov 8th, election night are using RACISM to keep BLACK Voters stirred up and divided so that more BLACK people will be shot by the Police as a means of covering up something more sinister at the hands of ELITE DEMOCRAT Government leaders?
It's time for BLACK America to wake up and realize we are being Bamboozled with Political RACE WARS while the ELITE are stealing more MONEY from BLACK American communities.
It's time for BLACK America to wake up and realize we are being Fooled with Political RACE WARS while ELITE Leaders are putting more BLACK Men in PRISON and giving all the JOBS to people from other countries.
Wake Up BLACK People!
Stop Being So Gullible!
***** Attorneys for Keith Lamont Scott family own some blame for shooting protests
From Jerry Sennett, a retired deputy chief for the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department who now lives in Stanley, N.C.:
The fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott was certainly tragic for both the Scott family and the police officers involved. No police officer who I ever worked with in my 30-year career with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department ever wanted to be in a position to have to use deadly force or take a life. Unfortunately those situations do occur and I am glad that the SBI investigation and the presentation to the public by District Attorney Andrew Murray cleared up the facts of this case. I hope CMPD and the citizens of Charlotte can move forward and repair some of the damage caused by this situation.
I do believe the Scott family attorneys bear some responsibility for the unrest that occurred following the shooting. They knew or should have known that the information being put out on social media by the family was incorrect. Mr. Scott was never shot with his hands up or while holding a book, did indeed purchase a stolen gun and was a convicted felon.
The attorneys consistently criticized CMPD and the City of Charlotte for not being transparent with the community. As officers of the court, they did nothing to diminish or to correct the misinformation that caused injuries and senseless destruction in the aftermath of the Scott shooting.
Police officers are held to higher standard. Maybe it is time the Scott family attorneys stop placing the blame on others and take responsibility for their actions and the outcome of this tragic situation.
***** Charlotte police chief weighs in DA’s Keith Lamont Scott decision
Charlotte’s Police Chief Kerr Putney says the ordeal surrounding the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott this summer has been tough on his department and its officers.
Wednesday morning, the district attorney announced the officer involved in the shooting, Brentley Vinson, will not face criminal charges in the incident. Since then, there's been a hint of tension in the air. Protesters were already angry at the shooting. Now, some are furious at the decision not to charge the officer.
In a recent interview with WBTV, Putney addressed issues ranging from Officer Vinson’s return to work to the department’s pledge of more transparency.
“My focus is on this organization, this community and moving forward. We have a lot of healing to do. A lot of people are hurting," Putney said. "We have at least two families that have been devastated. We’re trying to pick up the pieces with our community and move forward.”
Putney said he has spoken with Vinson. He said the shooting hasn't been easy for the officer, despite being cleared.
"I wouldn’t categorize it as relief," Putney said. "Nobody puts on this uniform and comes to work any day of the week expecting to take a life. That’s not what we’re here for. It’s not what we’re about."
The chief said Vinson isn't back on the job yet.
"The internal investigation has to run its course then we can talk about how he returns to work."