*UPDATE* – Walter Scott Shooting Witness, Feidin Santana, Speaks Out – *UPDATE: The Professional Handler Steps In…

Many interesting aspects to what this eye witness saw before the video began and after the video was completed. Witness interview begins at 01:18

UPDATE: Video and User removed?  Oh boy, this is sounding familiar.

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You can watch it at NBC SITE HERE – Title: “Exclusive: Extended interview with witness to SC shooting” (2nd video down)

Walter Scott “running from the auto-parts store“? “Wrestling on the ground“? Mr. Scott “being tazed during struggle“? Etc.

Of course none of that negates what is seen in the video; nor does it essentially change the absence of justification; but it does, well, broaden the picture somewhat…. Your thoughts?

update-1UPDATE: WOAH !! Talk about broadening the picture – Video’s removed? Social Media Scrubbed? An “unknown” passenger in the vehicle of Walter Scott when it was pulled over by Officer Michael Slager?….

….and, wait for it…. all of a sudden we find out that Scott Family attorney Chris Stewart has been working with Ryan Julison?

Yes, RYAN JULISON:

Ryan julison close[…]  Police say the driver of the Mercedes-Benz, Walter Scott, was pulled over Saturday morning for a broken tail light. At some point after the traffic stop, video taken by a bystander shows Scott running away from officer Michael Slager.

[…] As Slager was in a foot chase with Scott, another officer secured Slager’s car and spoke to the passenger in Scott’s vehicle, according to police reports. The passenger was not identified in the police reports and it’s not clear who was riding with Scott.

Scott’s family does not know who the passenger was, Ryan Julison, a spokesman for family lawyer Chris Stewart said in an email. (link)

THAT CHANGES EVERYTHING !!

#WalterScott famhas media rep. coordinating interviews, Ryan Julison, said he doesn’t know why national favoritedover local #chsnews

— Melissa Boughton(@mboughtonPC) April 8, 2015

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Now we know why, how and for what purpose eye witness Feidin Santana is doing the New York media circuit. No doubt AT ALL there is far, far more to this story than has previously been CLAIMED !!

How did Orlando, Florida based Ryan Julison get connected to the family of Walter Scott in South Carolina?  How did attorney Chris Stewart get connected to Ryan Julison?

Julison is the go-to guy when the professional black grievance industry needs to fabricate a false story and sell lies to the media.   Julison is the guy who cleans up problems with a narrative, and constructs fraud.  Julison is also the handler who shapes the witnesses.

Julison is by profession, the bridge between a lie and selling that lie to the national media – it’s all he does.

It was Ryan Julison who created the new ethnicity in the Trayvon Martin shooting as “White Hispanic”.  It was Ryan Julison who sold the 72 hour story of an “unarmed child getting skittles and iced tea, shot down by a vigilante white neighborhood watch guy named George Zimmerman.

Julison is responsible for “hoodies”; for “skittles and iced-tea”, and for every catch phrase in the manufactured storyline of Trayvon Martin.  Julison is the guy who made it seem like Sybrina and Tracy Martin were a married couple mourning their lost little boy.

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Ryan Julison is the “handler”, the guy who originates the lies….  he then plants them in the media storyline.

Stay tuned…

UPDATE:  Here’s a map of the geography (HatTip Diwataman)

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Who is this mystery passenger ?

Walter scott passenger

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488 Responses to *UPDATE* – Walter Scott Shooting Witness, Feidin Santana, Speaks Out – *UPDATE: The Professional Handler Steps In…

  1. mung says:

    Well they have been practicing this for 2 years now and they might actually be able to win this one. At minimum they will get him with using excessive force. You don’t keep dumping into someone when they are running away unless you have a VERY good reason.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Julison indicates we may be seeing another fraud in process. The arress may not be justified by the ebbidence.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Now, that made me laugh. We pretty much agreed here that the cop was wrong most likely……….until we hear that Julison is involved and it makes us think we probably need to find out more for sure. Yep, something’s up.

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        • Dan says:

          Why isn’t anyone talking about the possibility that the officer didn’t see the Taser fall behind him after they fought over it and THOUGHT that the perp had possession of it, thereby having a good reason to shoot a now-armed suspect who could turn and disable him with a Taser shot, and then get control of his gun? After the shooting he realized he didn’t have the Taser, then planted it on him to fulfill a reason to use deadly force. That’s wrong, but it doesn’t negate that at the time of the shooting he THOUGHT the suspect was in possession of the Taser.

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      • mung says:

        While I despise the Scheme Team, what possibly could justify him dumping 8 shots into his back?

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        • Akela says:

          He was still moving. WHY does ANYONE think there is a limit to the number of shots fired? There isn’t.

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          • art tart says:

            2 of the shots were fatal, hit 4 times in the back, 1 in the ear, he was dead at the scene.

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          • mung says:

            Because he was not a threat to anyone at that point. This is the polar opposite of Mike Brown. They had his car, they knew who he was, they would have found him. Why does anyone think it is OK to shoot someone in the back, no matter what color they are, no matter who their family hires? Justifying something like this takes away from all of the hard work that was put into defending George and Ofc, Wilson.

            Yeah, it sucks that they hired the Scheme Team, yeah Scott should have complied, but come on, what exactly in your mind justifies shooting someone in the back when they pose not threat at that point?

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            • John Galt says:

              “They had his car”

              And they were certain that it was his car because he had no registration or insurance for the car and lied to the cop about purchase of the car immediately before taking flight when the cop went to his patrol car to check status of the car and DL.

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              • mung says:

                Have we gotten any information that he was a hardened criminal yet? Last I heard was a few moving violations and failure to pay support.

                Look, I am sure he should have been arrested, I won’t fall into the profiling BS, but it is going to take a lot for me to see that shooting someone in the back when they aren’t a threat to anyone, is justified.

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            • jason says:

              he had taken the taser from the officer, he was definitely a threat. At the moment the triggered was pulled? No, he likely wasn’t at that point, running away and having tossed the taser behind the cop (did the officer know he no longer had the taser?). But at the moment the officer withdrew his gun, Scott was an armed felon.

              As an office-chair QB, better training should have stopped Slager from pulling the trigger at that point, and maybe in a court that’s all that will matter in the end. As an avg Joe, that’s a pretty split second decision, and one I’d imagine many would make the wrong choice under those circumstances.

              Seems like a guy who made a bad decision, not someone looking to gun down a guy in cold blood imo

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            • Monroe says:

              It is not known if he was a threat. An investigation and trial will determine that matter. The media lies and the start and finish points were far apart. Who knows what happened.

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        • lovemygirl says:

          You shoot to stop. Until he went down (stopped) it makes sense if the shooting was justified. Here it appears the shooting was not justified.

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          • mung says:

            You shoot to stop someone from killing you or someone else, you don’t shoot to stop someone from running away from you unless they are fleeing from a major felony.

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            • James F says:

              I am not saying the shooting was justified. I am still waiting for all available facts and evidence but assaulting an officer and grabbing their weapon while fleeing is major felony material.

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              • mung says:

                Sure, if that did happen then maybe self defense is on the table, but then they have to beat excessive force. That is going to be tough to beat.

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            • BertDilbert says:

              The only thing that matters is what the officer believed at the time of the shooting. Jury will have to base on beyond a reasonable doubt and it is hard to disprove the officer’s belief. Not guilty.

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              • mung says:

                No, the jury has to believe that a reasonable person would believe that they or someone else was in danger. No reasonable person is going to believe that anyone was in danger of someone running away, even if the family hired Crump a dump afterwards.

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                • art tart says:

                  mung ~ I agree w/your comments, it’s not reasonable imo to shoot 5 times in the back when the suspect was running away from the officer/had no weapon/posed no threat to the officer. Then there is the problem w/the dropping of the taser/excessive force. The defense might be successful making excuses as to why the Officer dropped the taser next to the deceased but there is no changing the video showing Scott being shot in the back as he was running away posing no threat regardless of what the Officer believed.

                  I too agree that it doesn’t matter if the Scheme team is involved, it’s unfortunate & may ante up the Civil settlement paid out to Scott’s 4 kids. They will be successful in polluting the jury pool as well as keeping their narrative in the news.

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            • lovemygirl says:

              Notice I said “if” the shooting was justified. Stop means stop the attack/threatening behavior as well.

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        • doodahdaze says:

          The Scheme Team is baaaaak!

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        • Monroe says:

          The map posted above looks like a small portion of the encounter was taped. We dont know what happened for a long time time before the taping.

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    • Monroe says:

      Juvenile Alert
      The BGI created false narratives for Thugon and Mike Brown, Defendants deemed not guilty. BGI continues the lies and despite the facts. Two officers executed due to BGI and many citizens injured in retaliation. Wants whites to pay for slavery,

      Bet no one knows I saw the incident. Suspect told officer he was going to kill his white ass.once he gets his gun, Officer fears suspect is running to get the gun and kill him. Shot bc feared for his life. The BGI should pay a Police Benevolence Fund for the lies that created harm similar to slavery. Sharpton needs to pay his back taxes and the money should be used to purchase police cameras. In turn he wont be prosecuted.

      Not a bad narrative. Who needs facts.

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  2. Mscynlynn says:

    It wasn’t too long ago that the media led the world into believing that a white neighborhood watchman stalked a young black innocent boy and shot him. It wasn’t too long ago that the media led the world into believing that a white cop shot a young black boy in the back of the head while he was on his knees with his hands in the air. Per the media, witnesses and evidence proved that racism was still alive.

    It wasn’t too long ago that I realized that the media is full of BS when it comes to these stories.

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  3. michellc says:

    I won’t defend this cop, but I also won’t defend the BGI. I’ve listened to and watched both videos. The man recording the shooting sounds like a totally different person than the one who gave the interview.
    In a sane world the blacks would be happy the system has worked. There are other cases of cops shooting unarmed people who never make the news because they’re the wrong color where the system hasn’t worked.
    I haven’t followed up on it but there was a case in Texas awhile back where an off duty black cop shot an unarmed white man and even fellow cops said he should have been charged with murder and yet he was only fired and was suing to get his job back.

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  4. Stormtigerzx says:

    Clearly we do not know all the details, if there was a second person with Scott when he was stopped who was that person? Still seems by the video that this officer (Slager),
    1. Was so overcharged with adrenaline, that he lost control of critical judgment.
    .2. had been reprimanded before for abusive tactics 3. might have harbored some racial malice,believed that he could manipulate the situation to make it appear justifiable.
    Still police are suppose to be trained to assess the threat level & make split second judgement in action. It will be a the states appointed defense’s nightmare to try to defend him in light of this video. I see no defense of his actions….unless he had previous emotional/ mental breakdown that might have caused him to snap.
    So with the exception of the body cam, this suspect evidently had a weapon, which I believe he dropped on the ground before he was shot…so this shooting is justifiable?

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    • James F says:

      What evidence do you have that indicates any racial motivation?

      Do you have a link for the alleged “reprimands for abusive tactics”?

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      • stormtigerzx says:

        No evidence only a report of a past complaint of aggression in this officers behavior..Slager was named in a police complaint in 2013 after he allegedly “tased a man for no reason” before slamming him to the ground and dragging him, according to the North Charleston Police Department.
        http://www.cnn.com/2015/04/08/us/south-carolina-michael-slager/
        I have no idea of the content of his heart…it seems that in the video there was a hesitation on his part right before he fired…then he seemed almost callously cold void of any emotion of concern for rending aid to the victim afterward…no attempt was made to give CPR from him or the other officer on the scene.

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        • BertDilbert says:

          That only shows that he is a logical thinker and in his mind was the right thing to do in the interest of public safety. He probably did not have his PPE for giving CPR which was probably in his patrol car. Had Scott not led the officer away from his patrol car, the officer would have had his PPE available to save his life. Stop blaming the officer for Scott’s death.

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    • Akela says:

      I’d never put someone like you on a jury. Your mind is clearly made up as to the officer’s guilt.

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    • Monroe says:

      “Was so overcharged with adrenaline, that he lost control of critical judgment”

      Neurologically, a heightened emotional state activates the emotion center of the brain and impairs cognitive function and impairs short term memory which results in info never being transferred to long.term memory.

      I am guessing that training activates muscle memory which would lead to a procedural response, which might be why he handcuffed him or maybe it was police policy or he could be a jerk.

      In a small GA police dept, the officers must come in on their days off for training in order to keep enough officers on patrol. A certain number of traffic stops and citizen interactions are required to show the mayor that PD are providing services to make the public feel they are protected. This number also impacts size of staff.

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    • Monroe says:

      Sadly that incident shows the prevalence of the fear of police.

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  5. Phae says:

    Transcript of Morning Joe Interview with Feidin Santana.

    http://www.msnbc.com/morning-joe/transcript-morning-joe-exclusive-feidin-santana

    RUTHERFORD: Well, he didn’t really go to the police department. He talked to the police immediately after the shooting. But it was nothing but North Charleston police all in uniform, so he got afraid and that’s when he left. The second interview with the police was with a SLED agent, so those that –

    BRZEZINSKI: OK, so this is important. So the interaction with the police officers maybe not at the department?

    RUTHERFORD: That’s correct.

    ………………….
    BRZEZINSKI: They didn’t see you taking this video, did they? Were you –

    SANTANA: They did.

    RUTHERFORD: They did.

    BRZEZINSKI: They did? OK.

    …………………

    SANTANA: No. I just now find out that he dropped the – I believe it was the taser, after, like I say, after the SLED officers took the video.

    …………………..

    So, the officers were aware someone had videotaped it but it is presumed they went along with planting evidence anyways? That doesn’t sound right. I agree Sundance. There is more to this story or those are the dumbest cops on the planet.

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    • stormtigerzx says:

      In the video Slager after the shooting looked almost directly toward the person who was video taping him, which acknowledges he was aware that their was a witness who had evidence on film..really wouldn’t make sense to tamper with evidence to incriminate yourself as a suspect of wrong doing..on the officers part.

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      • You’re giving the officer too much credit.

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        • Monroe says:

          ‘You’re giving the officer too much credit”.

          You dont know the caliber of the officer.

          My sister is a cop and an attorney and she notices small details in stressful situations. When the public was videotaping a truck falling on a car, she noticed and made them leave and called them pathetic.

          Another officer is dumber than a sack of potatoes.

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  6. skeptiktank says:

    Here’s the cops defense, which will reduce the charges…He thought the guy had taken his stun gun. He didn’t realize it had fallen to the ground. Now he felt an obligation to stop this maniac before he used the stun gun on another policeman or someone else. Public safety. A snap decicion, which was wrong, but not murder 1. No death penalty, and no life in prison.

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    • bleep21k says:

      skeptiktank – what did the officer do when he did realized that the stun gun had fallen to the ground – if I’m not mistaken the action that he then took appears on the video…

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      • AghastInFL says:

        He secured the weapon. The call is recorded, Slager says he secured the scene and asks to have his vehicle likewise secured.

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        • James F says:

          Exactly. He may have even left his car door open after rushing to pursue the fleeing criminal. I did not hear the car door shut in the dash cam video.

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  7. BobNoxious says:

    CNN is playing the dash cam video now.

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  8. BobNoxious says:

    The guy bolts from the car when the cop goes back to run his license and then the cop gives chase off screen. There is some audio still picked up for part of the chase but you can’t really hear anything of significance. You do hear him say to “get on the ground” but then it cuts out.

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    • James F says:

      So the officer began this as a routine traffic stop. He gave the driver the benefit of the doubt that he would not flee or have cause to flee. He was not out hunting black men.

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    • stormtigerzx says:

      Something seems highly suspect ( no pun) seems there is definitely might more to this story than the snippets that we have been told until now…why would he run from the traffic stop if he innocent of wrong doing? It was stated there was..a warrant out for his arrest.

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  9. VegasGuy says:

    Interesting new connection.

    http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/walter-scott-shooting/north-charleston-man-says-he-too-was-tasered-michael-slager-n338641

    {snip} “What came to my mind is if they had tried to listen to me that man might have been alive, because he wouldn’t have been an officer in the field,” Givens said at a Thursday afternoon press conference……

    {snip} ‘Givens’ lawyer, hired on Wednesday, said they plan to sue the city.’

    Could this be a 2 for 1 homerun Crump has been denied so long….?

    Wonder how many other “prior” interactions with this PO/PD will surface?

    There is a reason for the “hype” to have begun with Crump as a focal point. (yet again)

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    • James F says:

      He was already cleared of wrongdoing for that incident.

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    • BobNoxious says:

      That use of a taser on that guy is the only allegation against this cop and he was cleared for it by the dept.

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      • VegasGuy says:

        What difference has the fact of Slager having been cleared have to do with a BGI agenda?

        Slager was arrested & charged within 3 days. Is that even sufficient time to analyze all the data concerning this instance? IMO, unless there was blatant misrepresentations made by Slager, all the DA has is probable cause demonstrated by the video of a fleeing (potential felon) being shot by a PO attempting to place him in custody (several times at that).

        So the BGI has their arrest & a pretty strong case for potential wrongful death suit. Right?
        Basically, a “slam dunk”.

        So why the spinning of a narrative? Why all the hype over presenting a new “gentile giant”, family man, hard worker, never been in trouble prior, just plain old “scared of the PoPo”?

        Why the rejoining/regrouping of forces from the BGI?

        Is there is something we might get blindsided by, but perhaps already known to them (BGI), yet to come, that they are attempting to pre-empt?

        Many isues about this entire case just doesn’t pass the sniff test, IMO. This onion needs more peeling.

        Kinda like a “fart” in a crowded elevator….everybody knows it’s there and everybody is peripherally looking at everybody else……The culprit is usually the first one to exit. Watch for the first to make a move…..

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      First, you are assuming this guy isn’t lying. And, second, you have to assume that the guy didn’t need tazering. I mean they have tazers for a reason.

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      • VegasGuy says:

        Aus
        I made zero assumptions, I just posted the link with a question as to whether there might be a connection.

        I in no way indicated whether or not there was any validity to the accusation…..

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          Sorry. I worded that wrong.

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          • VegasGuy says:

            No offense taken in the least…just clarified that it was a link with possible relevance…

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            • auscitizenmom says:

              My thinking was that the BGI will use it even though it could be just a total lie and want us to believe it.

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              • VegasGuy says:

                Well of course they are going to use it. My question (whatever it is that I seem to be missing?) really is what is the BGI objective at this point?

                Slager is arrested & charged. What possible goal can be attained with additional agitation at this point? Who/what do they protest against? Is BGI just getting this to the forefront with the objective of keeping it there as a trial will be many months away?

                There is something else in play here & I am missing it. Is this the “one” that they (BGI) are going to actively try to force a conviction, regardless of what the evidence ultimately shows? Is that the objective after St. Travon & Teddy Bear Brown? To finally get a conviction against someone White who possibly wronged someone Black? Dispite any evidence presented or involved?

                Seems like they are attempting to set the stage with as much Media slant as Media will willingly provide. And the Media is certainly accommodating them ever too willingly.

                I mean, really, Slager has only had a bond hearing to date. And dispite what Media states ..Held without Bond…(total B.S….Will appear before a Circuit Judge for that determination), and that there are scant facts released so far, this is being played up very heavy handedly by BGI.

                Why?

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                • auscitizenmom says:

                  Federal control of ALL police.

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                • auscitizenmom says:

                  If I remember correctly, the black family lawyer said they wanted him found guilty. Oh, and they want a trial, too. Said in that order.

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                • Monroe says:

                  I really wonder if certain segments of the black community understands the basic process of innocent until guilty, charges, trial, sentencing, outcome; and that this process occurs over time due to the need to investigate,………

                  The not resisting arrest concept appears to be difficult for a segment.

                  They chant Hands Up Dont Shoot. Why dont they do it.

                  Should be
                  See popo
                  Then gogo

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      • Monroe says:

        The BGI complains that tazers need to be used instead of guns. Use a tazer and there are complaints. Hopeless.

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  10. BobNoxious says:

    During the stop the guy says he has no proof of insurance and at first says it is his car but then a few seconds later he says he is in the process of buying the car and that’s why he doesn’t have proof of insurance. The guy starts to get out of his car once but then backs in and then a few seconds later he bolts for good. Very weird.

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      No drivers license.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        I got that from Wolf Blitzer, but now I think he was wrong. I believe Walter handed him a DL.

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      • 7delta says:

        Stolen car? Maybe not reported yet or from out of state, but Scott would have known and didn’t know if the officer knew? Maybe Scott ran because of the outstanding warrant over child support? I can’t tell what sort of license plate is on the car, but it doesn’t look like a SC plate. Odd behavior anyway. I didn’t notice the officer behaving in a threatening manner in that encounter. He seemed calm.

        I also think the passenger may be female. Shape of the head looks like someone with their hair put up in a bun, not dredlocks pulled up, and the head is smaller than what I’d guess would be a man. The passenger must know why Scott ran.

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    • John Galt says:

      Scott started to split and then maybe remembered that he needed to call somebody to come and pick him up because he was going to run from the cops.

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  11. Jett Black says:

    Let’s make this simple–when someone, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, or gender, is running away from anyone armed with a firearm, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, or gender, shooting the fleeing individual is almost always going to be unjustified, even if they had a weapon before fleeing. No one, regardless of race, creed, color, national origin, or gender, can credibly argue that they considered themselves to be in danger or death or serious bodily harm, when the other someone is running away (absent something to suggest they were just looking for cover from which to re-engage with a weapon).

    Race (and all those other “regardless” factors) is inconsequential. Individual judgment and responsibility are all that really counts. I think MLK would have agreed. Both the videoed shootings are, if we believe the video, completely unjustified. So is the BGI’s pouncing on this–no surprise they’re johnny-on-the-spot–it’s all they do now and they’ve got plenty of help and support. I’ll bet family lawyer Stewart knew who to call immediately, and it wasn’t Ghost Busters.

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    • Mr. Izz says:

      What if the person has just murdered someone?

      I can think of several examples where it could still be justified. How about we make this even more simple… obey the law, don’t run from police, and respond properly to commands given.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Unless the fleeing felon may be a danger to innocent citizens by carjacking, home invasions, murder, mayhem, rape, or various nefarious othe crimes. Better to shoot them first.

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    • Dan says:

      Like someone says below, if the perp fought for the officer’s Taser, and in the confused struggle the officer thought he had lost it to the perp who then took off, it falls under
      the “defense of others” rule. He’s now an armed felon who is dangerous and out of control, therefore deadly force is authorized. And if the cop gets off or has a much-reduced charge, you will see unprecedented violent black riots

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  12. b says:

    no the original video from vimeo

    At 14 seconds Officer Slager says “You know, I’d to have to shoot you”

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    • Breogan says:

      Looks like it’s Scott who drops the taser.

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      • Breogan says:

        Actually on second look, two things are dropped, right before he starts running.
        One seems to be dropped by Scott between him and the Officer, the other appears well behind the officer.
        Not sure if one is the taser, the other maybe the case?

        Also can see the taser wires still strung off Scott towrds the officer? How long are the wires?

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    • b says:

      I meant ‘I’d hate to have to shoot you’

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  13. Sharon says:

    oh good grief.

    Will Mr. Julison be wanting to chat with the Treepers (again)? Probly not.

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  14. Lorra B. says:

    Here is a working video if your interested!! 🙂 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hnVpxcrVYU

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  15. BobNoxious says:

    Jaba The Hutt John Gaskin is on CNN blabbing about starting a DOJ investigation and saying that the stop for the taillight (which was broken) was just a pretext for unjustified harassment.

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    • James F says:

      Asking for a license, registration and proof of insurance after being pulled over for a broken tail light is now considered harassment? He did not even frisk the guy, cuff him or take him back to his car after suspiciously not having even a registration for a Mercedes.

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      • John Galt says:

        I think Al Sharpton covered that in connection with voter ID laws. IDs are racist because they are difficult for blacks to get. I didn’t realize what he meant, but now I do: blacks can’t have driver’s licenses or car registrations if they don’t pay child support.

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        • Bit not white people? The law is different?

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          • Monroe says:

            In regards to the DL issue, no difference.

            Difference in sentencing guidelines favoring blacks.

            Difference in school disciplinary action.

            Difference in employment

            Difference in how destructive protesters and vandals are prosecuted.

            Difference in requirements for college entry.

            Difference in food stamps

            Difference in that in white on black crime, the white is guilty regardless of facts and the victim had no part and is a saint, holding a gun that accidentally discharged.

            bot

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        • Monroe says:

          Most states offer an ID card and no DL is needed. Can use birth certificate

          Need ID to buy beer.
          Need ID for food stamps and unemployment. .
          Need ID to buy some behind the counter drugs that were used in meth labs.

          Excuses, blame, and hate
          That is the reason a portion of the black community cant succeed. Given everything on a silver platter more is demanded. The end result must be that white people will work to pay for black people. Reverse slavery. ohh…..I forgot, that is happening.

          Not my problem anymore.

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    • VegasGuy says:

      Yeah…Just amazing how many harrassment stops for ficticious broken tail lights result in…Let’s see….suspended/revoked/nonexistent licence, no insurance, no registration, stolen vehicle, drugs in the vehicle, weapons, outstanding warrants, and what have you.

      Guess the PoPo are just plain lucky bout’ 95% of the time….Yeah, that must be it…It’s a Black thang…..PoPo gets lucky & the Black, dindonuffin, always gets railroaded. Amazing. PoPo should be pooling their assests & buying lottery tickets with the luck they have.

      It’s never been clear to me (sac), as to why the majority of such stops result in the occupants “bailing”. I always seem to hear “I was scared of the PoPo”…..

      Seems to be a Black trait….easily spooked by flashing lights while doing blunts….First instinct…bail…cause you never know what the PoPo will do to you SMH

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Good, it will prolly turn out like the DOJ Ferguson investigation. Probable cause for jokes.

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    • Monroe says:

      Some jurisdictions require a certain number of traffic stops.with units assigned to a region. If that is true, was his region predominately black and who makes the assignments. Maybe the officer wanted to make him aware of the broken tail light and planned to give a warning and not a ticket. Not the cops fault there were other issues.

      Guess he could have run the plate and saw the warrant. That is called doing your job.

      Not enough info.

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  16. BobNoxious says:

    You can hear “hands behind your back” “get on the ground now” at a later point in the full dashcam video but then the audio cuts out. I wonder if he got out of range of the audio component of the dashcam video.

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  17. crossthread42 says:

    Dash-Cam video released

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  18. BobNoxious says:

    CNN just found another magic witness that just now came forward (and hasn’t gone to police yet). They are talking about what she said now. Her name is Gwen (I think) Nichols. She calims to have followed the cops once she saw him start to pull over the guy. She also describes “a tussle” b/w them with the two looking at each other “likw what you want; what I do” and of course, her son also had previous run ins w/ the police and she cries on camera.

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  19. BobNoxious says:

    Wait a second… The Scott lawyers are on CNN right now saying the video witness guy is just meeting with Scott’s family for the first time right now this second… I thought that guy told NBC that he’s already met w/ the family and it was very emotional… What the heck is going on here?

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  20. BobNoxious says:

    The second video shows CNNs new magic witness.

    http://www.cnn.com/2015/04/09/us/south-carolina-police-shooting/index.html

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    • John Galt says:

      It was a tussle. LOL I think BGI witness prep made their rounds.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        Now they are insisting that the “tussle” was not on the ground. Okay. What is up with that? Because the witness definitely said it was “on the floor.”

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        • BobNoxious says:

          You can see them in the ground at the very start of his video. That woman didn’t see anything but maybe the start of the chase.

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          • AghastInFL says:

            They are definitely on the ground in the first ten seconds of the Santana video, at 9 seconds Scott appears to be on top… the green shirt, I posted still earlier in the thread.

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  21. BobNoxious says:

    NBC Nightly News just played video of the family meeting with the video guy. They really got the jump on interviewing people for this deal.

    Also- The lawyer for the Scott’s is from AtL.

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    • John Galt says:

      Julison has the NBC connect.

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    • BobNoxious says:

      Also- the lawyer just said he will telling witnesses to not make any statements to the media before getting “the facts” which is an odd thing to say to witnesses considering they are the ones that provide the facts….

      He also said the family “doesn’t care” about anything else that happened that is “not on video”.

      More and more this story is starting to stink.

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      • kathyca says:

        He also said the family “doesn’t care” about anything else that happened that is “not on video”.

        Yes, indeed, that’s very telling right there.

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      • art tart says:

        Guess the Scott Family attorney learned from Dorian Johnson how the interviews can come back to bite them in the butt, ESPECIALLY when they can’t keep the story straight & lie.

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  22. sundance says:

    OK guys. We know the routine. It is now officially a BGI fraud.

    The Ryan Julison word “tussle’ is the tell signal for a controlled seller. When we hear “Tussle” we know that person is playing down the fight; ergo they are part of the machine.

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  23. sundance says:

    CNN just aired expanded dashcam footage. With the mystery passenger included.

    Passenger is black male, co-worker of Walter Scott.

    Attorney Chris Stewart says everyone out looking for him. entire machine currently looking for him. And now his face on tv he’s got a BGI placed target on his back to keep him on the right side of the fraud.

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  24. sundance says:

    media not in hurry to find “incident report” implying there isn’t an actual discrepancy between Officer Slager and the Witness Santana. Slager didn’t lie.

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  25. sundance says:

    SLED is the one releasing this dash-cam which means they are trying to push back and control the narrative. Implication is they too know a media fraud is being constructed.

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    • BobNoxious says:

      You’re point about nobody releasing the actual incident report is VERY telling. The part that has been widely quoted in the paper as “proof” that he lied doesn’t look like “proof” now that we know there was a scuffle on the ground.

      That said, I hope you’re right about SLED trying to put the breaks on the fraud but I fear it is too late.

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  26. holly100 says:

    GoFundMe rejects campaign to support Slager.

    http://mashable.com/2015/04/08/gofundme-campaign-michael-slager/

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  27. sundance says:

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  30. Monroe says:

    Know BGI
    No truth

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  31. BobNoxious says:

    Daryl Parks is on CNN now. The team is taking their places.

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  32. stella says:

    I’m sure Julison will come after us again, as he has done in the past, for pointing out what he does “for a living”.

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    • canadacan says:

      Little things mean a lot.(To me anyway).
      I was impressed how self contained the former officer was at his bail hearing.
      I am guilty of a rush to judgement and I can tell you something right now Walter Scott was up to no good.

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  33. moe2004 says:

    Makes me sick we are seeing this playout again, just sick I tell ya.

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  34. sundance says:

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    • carterzest says:

      it is just amazing the clarity one gets after having been through this a time or three before. Chills, Sundance, chills. Same chills I felt at the beginning of the MB case when we saw it happening. You are amazing.

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  35. yakmaster2 says:

    Color News Network is covering this story NONSTOP ad nauseam for days now. To that bunch, other U.S. and world news can’t trump this police shooting in S.C! (Sure, it’s a tragedy that someone lost his life and yes, it appears to be murder by a police officer, but horrific things are happening daily and there’s plenty of other relevant events to report.) It’s so obvious that CNN’s agenda is about stirring up racial discord and moral outrage over perceived wide-spread systematic injustices done to minorities (primarily Blacks as well as the LGBT community). Not satisfied that the Officer is arrested and fired and the State has taken over the investigation, all anchors keep reporting the same facts with echoing commentaries—pounding the same drum repeatedly to get reactions. Prostitutes for the Leftist narrative.

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    • Yakmaster, you are talking about the CNN agenda, but they share that agenda with the BGI. Somebody here was wondering why the BGI was still fostering protests, etc., given that the officer was already in jail on a murder charge. THIS is why – also, any face time is free advertising for the next baby chile or unarmed father of X # of children case. Surely, they’ll hit the jackpot some place if they keep looking!

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  36. kinthenorthwest says:

    What really gets me about these cases is why do all these people sit there and watch the action without taping until the officer finally takes some aggressive actions. Also why do the relatives attempt to hide the real background of the deceased and try claiming what an angel they are?
    The person who taped the incident testified to witnessing the prior actions, along with the stop and initial fight with the officer. Yet it appears he only started videoing after Scot got up from the tussle with the officer and the officer started chasing Scot
    From what I have been reading it seems that Scot’s past several years is loaded with several run-ins with the law, and I do not believe that they are all due to child support. By the way what the H3Ll is a guy who can’t pay child support doing with a fairly new Mercedes?

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  37. James F says:

    Santana claims he did not see the object (taser?) thrown at the officers feet at the time. If he missed it from his clear view then that makes it more feasible that the officer also did not notice the fleeing felon dropping/throwing the object/taser and had every reason to believe the fleeing felon who just assaulted him still had the weapon at the time of the shooting.

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  38. doodahdaze says:

    We have a “tussle”, we have Julison, we may have a Dee Dee, we have Sharpton, where be Crump???

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  39. moe2004 says:

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/family-walter-scott-shot-dead-preparing-lawsuit-article-1.2179020?42424242?42424242&utm_content=bufferce0cf&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=NYDailyNewsTw
    Stay away, Rev. Al.

    That was the message from the family of South Carolina police shooting victim Walter Scott to the civil rights activist Thursday two days before the funeral for the slain father of four.

    “We don’t want another Ferguson type of circus here,” a source close to the Scott family told The Daily News.

    This is good news.

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  40. doodahdaze says:

    If the perp had just stayed in his car none of this would have happened.

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  41. auscitizenmom says:

    True.

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  42. Theodore says:

    The witness who filmed the shooting stated on CNN w/Anderson Cooper & in the NBC video that was removed that Mr. Scott was on the ground and the cop was on top of him. Yet the new witness, Black Female, say’s they tussled and was never on the ground.

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