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District Attorney ANNOUNCES DECISION For BLACK COP Who Shot Keith Scott

We are bracing for the next round…

Brentley Vinson, the black Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Officer who shot another black man, Keith Lamont Scott, in September, received life-changing news today.

It was rumored that Scott had been holding a reading book rather than a gun. Murray says that no book was found on Scott’s body nor in the front or back seats of the SUV.

Witnesses, who had originally claimed to see the shooting, once said that Scott was definitely unarmed. Later, they came to admit that they had not actually witnessed the event that caused Keith Scott’s death.

Fifteen veteran prosecutors reviewed the evidence, and voted unanimously that there was insufficient evidence to charge Vinson.

After Scott’s death, the city of Charlotte dealt with days of violent riots and protests. Many of the protesters were bused in from out of town.

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police are on alert to wait for the City’s reaction to this controversial decision. All specialized units, including the riot squad, have been mobilized.

One professor of criminology, Robert Taylor, from the University of Texas, said that Vinson’s clearing of wrongdoing was an easy call.

Keith Scott was a felon who had suffered a traumatic brain injury. The incident was “cut and dry.”

With racial tension in the air after Donald Trump’s victory in the 2016 Presidential Election, officials in Charlotte have cause for concern.

We will continue to monitor the story and provide updates when we have them.


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