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Charlotte police release videos of shooting of Keith Lamont Scott

Dashboard camera and body cam footage do not show Scott pointing gun at police, but chief says it supports the narrative of evidence gathered in case.

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Charlotte police release body- and dash-cam video of Scott shooting (Graphic content)

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department released body- and dash-cam videos of the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott on Saturday after days of mounting public pressure. In a press conference, Chief Kerr Putney said while the videos show no “absolute, definitive visual evidence" that the 43-year-old black man had a gun in his hand, other evidence from the scene does prove it.
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Charlotte police release body- and dash-cam video of Scott shooting (Graphic content) 1:09

Charlotte police release body- and dash-cam video of Scott shooting (Graphic content)

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Keith Lamont Scott's wife releases video of shooting 2:24

Keith Lamont Scott's wife releases video of shooting

A timeline of the Charlotte police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott 2:55

A timeline of the Charlotte police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott