The Scheme Team is working overtime now to keep attention away from Walter Scott aspects that would deconstruct their narrative.
EARLIER: “Walter was a dear friend, and I miss him every day,” [Pierre Fulton] stated in a release from Charleston attorney Mark Peper. “Over the past five years, he helped me to become a better man and showed me the value of hard work. I’ll never know why he ran, but I know he didn’t deserve to die. Please keep Walter and his family in your prayers and respect my privacy moving forward.”
Peper said in the release that it will be the only statement his client makes before any court proceeding. (link)
Well, “the only statement” UNLESS the sketchy stuff comes out which might work against our scripted narrative. If the sketchy stuff comes out, well, then we’ll just have to sell some ‘nuther stuff. Like:
(Via Daily Mail) Walter Scott and his passenger were looking forward to having a cookout when he was pulled over and shot dead by a South Carolina police officer, it has emerged.
Scott, 50, and Pierre Fulton, his friend of several years, had met for breakfast on April 4 before Scott drove him to a church so Fulton could collect a bag of vegetables.
He then took Fulton home to drop off the bag there before they both headed over to Scott’s house.
‘They were heading to Walter Scott’s house to eventually have a cookout that afternoon,’ said Fulton’s attorney, Mark Peper.
But as they returned home, their car was pulled over for a broken tail light in North Charleston. (read more)
Again, what is it about that car the Scheme Team 15′ perceive as a risk? No-one yet identifying the “seller”?