Charlotte, North Carolina's largest city and a financial center, becomes the latest flashpoint in two years of tense protests over U.S. police killings of black men and the focus this week's crime.. Source: Rumble -
Questions of whether Keith Lamont Scott threatened officers with a gun still remain, after Charlotte police release video of the fatal shooting. Authorities said Scott had a gun, though residents have.. Source: Wochit News -
CHARLOTTE, N.C. ― Protesters have flooded the streets of North Carolina’s largest city since 43-year-old Keith Scott was shot and killed by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police on Tuesday.
Many of those.. Huffington Post
Dash cam video is currently considered public record and open to public record requests. Under the new law, the decision whether to release footage will solely rely on the department's discretion. Independent
CHARLOTTE, N.C. ― Protesters rallied outside a Carolina Panthers game in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Sunday, marking the sixth straight day of demonstrations after police fatally shot a black man.. Huffington Post
CHARLOTTE, N.C. ― Sixteen North Carolina-based activist organizations dedicated to ending police violence released a list of demands to increase transparency in the death of 43-year-old Keith Scott.. Huffington Post