Wife of Charlotte’s Keith Scott Filed Restraining Order Citing Violence and Gun Use in 2015…

And so a week later the media begins to look into the troubled back story of Keith Lamont Scott, the man killed by police during a highly publicized armed encounter in Charlotte North Carolina which led to four days of riots and social unrest.

What do they find:

Charlotte […]  Records show briefly last year, Scott’s wife took out a restraining order against him.


“He hit my 8 year old in the head a total of three times with is [sic] fist….He kicked me and threaten [sic] to kill us last night with his gun. He said he is a ‘killer’ and we should know that,” she wrote on the form last October.

nc-riot-19-keith-scottThe complaint asked, “Is there any reason that a law enforcement officer should consider the defendant a potential threat? (i.e., carries concealed weapons while drinking alcohol, has threatened officer, etc.)”

She marked “yes” and wrote, “He carries a 9mm black.”

The protective order was filed Oct. 5, 2015, and Rakeyia Scott voluntarily dismissed it on Oct. 16, 2015.  (read more)

Additionally, according to WSCOTV:

(6:00pm Sept 26th) […] The gun that Keith Scott had on him during the deadly shooting was reported stolen after a breaking and entering, police said.

The breaking and entering suspect told ATF Agents that he sold the gun to Scott. The suspect is in custody. (link)

Three Days Ago:  The Charlotte North Carolina police department have released Dash Camera and Body Camera footage of the Keith Scott shooting. This is the fifth video (3 eye witnesses and two police releases):

Dash Camera Footage (link):

Body Camera Footage (link):

The Charlotte Police also released pictures of the hand gun recovered from Keith Scott, and the ankle holster he was wearing (holster can be seen in video), along with the following statement:

There have been numerous unconfirmed reports published in the media concerning this case. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department has prepared the following case update to provide factual information about the officer-involved shooting.

Two plain clothes officers were sitting inside of their unmarked police vehicle preparing to serve an arrest warrant in the parking lot of The Village at College Downs, when a white SUV pulled in and parked beside of them.

The officers observed the driver, later identified as Mr. Keith Lamont Scott, rolling what they believed to be a marijuana “blunt.” Officers did not consider Mr. Scott’s drug activity to be a priority at the time and they resumed the warrant operation. A short time later, Officer Vinson observed Mr. Scott hold a gun up.

Because of that, the officers had probable cause to arrest him for the drug violation and to further investigate Mr. Scott being in possession of the gun.

Due to the combination of illegal drugs and the gun Mr. Scott had in his possession, officers decided to take enforcement action for public safety concerns. Officers departed the immediate area to outfit themselves with marked duty vests and equipment that would clearly identify them as police officers.

Upon returning, the officers again witnessed Mr. Scott in possession of a gun. The officers immediately identified themselves as police officers and gave clear, loud and repeated verbal commands to drop the gun. Mr. Scott refused to follow the officers repeated verbal commands.

A uniformed officer in a marked patrol vehicle arrived to assist the officers. The uniformed officer utilized his baton to attempt to breach the front passenger window in an effort to arrest Mr. Scott.

Mr. Scott then exited the vehicle with the gun and backed away from the vehicle while continuing to ignore officers’ repeated loud verbal commands to drop the gun. Officer Vinson perceived Mr. Scott’s actions and movements as an imminent physical threat to himself and the other officers. Officer Vinson fired his issued service weapon, striking Mr. Scott. Officers immediately rendered first aid and requested Medic to respond to the scene.

Homicide Unit Detectives interviewed multiple independent civilian witnesses at the scene and at police headquarters. Those witnesses confirmed that officers gave numerous loud verbal commands for Mr. Scott to drop the weapon and also confirmed that at no time did Mr. Scott comply with their commands.

A lab analysis conducted of the gun crime scene investigators recovered at the scene revealed the presence of Mr. Scott’s DNA and his fingerprints on the gun. It was also determined that the gun Mr. Scott possessed was loaded at the time of the encounter with the officers. The investigation also revealed that Mr. Scott was wearing an ankle holster at the time of the event.

Attached are photos of the gun, ankle holster and marijuana “blunt” in Mr. Scott’s possession at the time of the incident. Additionally, links to the portion of the digital mobile video recorder (dash-cam) and body worn camera footage that capture the time of the shooting are included below.

The body worn camera illustrates the footage from the moment it was turned on until officers began rendering first aid to Mr. Scott

The dash-cam footage is from the time in which the officer operating the car with the dash-cam video arrives on the scene until officers began rendering first aid to Mr. Scott. (link)



Here’s the other videos from witnesses. As reflected in the media reports yesterday.

Police released information earlier today [9/23/16] that Keith Scott’s fingerprints and DNA were on the hand gun, seen in eye witness reports and retrieved from the shooting. This news apparently spurred the family of Keith Scott to attempt recovery of their narrative.

CHARLOTTE — The family of Keith Lamont Scott has released what it says is cell phone video, recorded by his wife, that shows the moments leading up to his fatal shooting by police Tuesday.

“Don’t shoot him. He has no weapon,” the woman recording can be heard saying. “He doesn’t have a gun. He has a TBI. He’s not going to do anything to you guys. He just took his medicine.”

She goes on to say: “Keith, don’t let them break the windows; come on out the car. Keith! Don’t do it. Keith, get out the car. Keith! Keith, don’t you do it. Don’t you do it. Keith! Keith! Keith!”. (read more)

However, beyond the drama and emotional content, the Scott family video release actually appears to confirm the earlier photographic release from an eye witness that a gun is on the ground near the feet of Keith Lamont Scott after he was shot by police:

The police officer in the red shirt can be seen straddling the hand gun immediately after the shooting.



This Scott family perspective actually backs up the earlier reporting by WSCO TV9 who released pictures from an eye witness with another angle (below):



And here’s video from another angle:

According to a story in The Christian Times, who they claim verified with The Charlotte Observer, Keith Lamont Scott had a two decades long history of gun violence, including an arrest/conviction for shooting at police officers in Texas. The New York Times has previously reported on his troubled past but not the 2005 shooting at police incident:

(Via NYT) […] According to court records, Mr. Scott was born in South Carolina, was about six feet tall and weighed 230 to 250 pounds. While living in South Carolina in the 1990s, he was charged with a number of offenses including check fraud, aggravated assault and carrying a concealed weapon. Later, he moved to Texas where he shot and wounded a man in San Antonio in 2002, for which he was convicted and sentenced, in 2005, to seven years in prison. He was released in 2011. (link)

The Charlotte Observer also reported on Scott’s extensive criminal career –SEE HERE– and we did independently identify a criminal record in Texas – SEE HERE – which aligns with all of these reports.

nc-riot-19-keith-scott(Via Christian Times) Keith Scott had a long police record that included gun violations. Christian Times Newspaper has learned, and it has been confirmed by the Charlotte Observer, that Scott was convicted in April 2004 of a misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon charge in Mecklenburg County, and other charges were dismissed: including felony assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, assault on a female, and communicating threats. Scott was also charged with assault with intent to kill in 1995. [ Texas Arrest Record Here ]

The most shocking find in Scott’s record, however, is what occurred in Bexar County, Texas in 2005. In March of that year, Scott was sentenced to 15 months in state prison for evading arrest, and in July, he was consecutively sentenced to seven years on a conviction of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Sources are now coming forward and alleging that those two separate convictions are in fact related, and they both have to do with a confrontation between Scott and Bexar County Police in early 2005.

One source, who asked CTN to refrain from using her name to protect her identity, told reporters that Scott fired a handgun at San Antonio police officers when they attempted to detain him in February 2005 after noticing that he was driving erratically. (Scott had a history of drunk driving, according to court records).

Allegedly, as the officers approached Scott’s black Ford sedan, he fired two rounds from the driver’s seat and then sped away. Neither of the officers was hit, and they proceeded to give chase and detain Scott several blocks away.

While Scott did leave the gun in his passenger’s seat when he attempted to run on-foot, he did, according to our source, assault one officer by punching him in the face.

Scott was released from Texas state prison in 2011. (read more)


Charlotte Observer […] A public records search shows that Scott was convicted in April 2004 of a misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon charge in Mecklenburg County. Other charges stemming from that date were dismissed: felony assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, and misdemeanors assault on a child under 12, assault on a female and communicating threats.

In April 2015 in Gaston County Court, Scott was found guilty of driving while intoxicated.

In 1992, Scott was charged in Charleston County, S.C., with several different crimes on different dates, including carrying a concealed weapon (not a gun), simple assault and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He pleaded guilty to all charges.

Scott also was charged with aggravated assault in 1992 and assault with intent to kill in 1995. Both charges were reduced, but the disposition of the cases is unclear.

According to Bexar County, Texas, records, Scott was sentenced in March 2005 to 15 months in a state jail for evading arrest. In July of that year, records show, he was sentenced to seven years in prison on a conviction of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. A Texas Department of Criminal Justice spokesman said Scott completed his sentence and was released from prison in 2011. (more)

An initial sentence of 15 months (March 2005) that gained an additional sentence of 7 more years (July 2005), that took until 2011 to complete, definitely aligns with a much more serious set of charges.

A long history of gun violence – HERE and HERE – including shooting at police?

If accurate, those reports when combined with the eye witness who took pictures of the handgun dropped by Keith Scott when shot by police officers (see above and below), the account of the Charlotte police department appears to be validated.


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125 Responses to Wife of Charlotte’s Keith Scott Filed Restraining Order Citing Violence and Gun Use in 2015…

  1. lou Ann Watson says:

    Scott’s wife: ” He said he is a ‘killer’ and we should know that… ”
    well, not anymore

    Liked by 6 people

  2. TheLastDemocrat says:

    Well, that’s not a 9mm black, but it is still a gun.

    Isn’t the restraining order question in the NICS?

    Liked by 1 person

    • JeremyR says:

      A .380 is a 9mmx17. A 9mm Luger is 9mmx19. There are several other variants with different case lengths, and at least one that is shouldered like rifle ammo.

      Liked by 1 person

    • The restraining order is from 2015. This gun is not the same gun from then. That weapon was removed from his possession because he was not permitted to legally own or have one.

      The gun police say they found in Keith Lamont Scott’s possession last week after he was fatally shot by an officer was reported stolen, multiple sources confirmed to the Observer’s news partner WBTV.

      The gun was reportedly stolen in a residential breaking and entering, WBTV reports, adding that sources also say the man accused of stealing the gun was interviewed and is on record stating he sold the gun to Scott.

      Police have not released any information about the man accused of stealing the gun and selling it to Scott.



  3. William F BUCKLEY Ghost says:

    He was a paperhanger from Birmingham, Sir. Well, he’s a dead paperhanger now! Zulu 1964

    Liked by 2 people

  4. Lots of money to be made if you are Black and a cop kills you- when he IS DEFENDING HIS LIFE…it’s become a cottage industry!

    Liked by 7 people

  5. She knew he was a threat to Police. That’s why she kept telling him, Keith. Don’t do it.”

    Liked by 11 people

  6. screwauger says:

    And so it goes, as the Inner City Turns. This plot is getting tired.

    Liked by 12 people

  7. 3x1 says:

    Serial numbers on the 380 Colt Mustang are clearly visible.

    Not a cheap gun ($500 and up)

    Whose gun was it? Stolen?

    CMPD needs to release that information.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. Reblogged this on The way I see things … and commented:

    “He hit my 8 year old in the head a total of three times with is [sic] fist….He kicked me and threaten [sic] to kill us last night with his gun. He said he is a ‘killer’ and we should know that,” she wrote on the form last October.

    nc-riot-19-keith-scottThe complaint asked, “Is there any reason that a law enforcement officer should consider the defendant a potential threat? (i.e., carries concealed weapons while drinking alcohol, has threatened officer, etc.)”

    She marked “yes” and wrote, “He carries a 9mm black.”

    Liked by 2 people

  9. Sandra says:

    And she was SO sure he didn’t have a gun. lol

    Liked by 7 people

    • Sandra says:

      That wasn’t the first time he assaulted her. He has a charge from Bexar County TX of marital assault. And for the same day some kind of reckless driving. They must have been in a car or something. He must have been abusive on top of being generally violent.

      Liked by 2 people

  10. M33 says:

    Eh… What else is new?


  11. Stringy theory says:

    Love it!


  12. boutis says:

    I guess she would have preferred law enforcement and the courts let him kill her and her eight year old. It was probably only a matter of time that he did. She is as messed up as he was if she stayed with him and endangered the child.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. Joe Knuckles says:

    Maybe she set him up. Sounds like he wasn’t much use to her or the kids while he was alive.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. auscitizenmom says:

    The way I see it is Scott practically demanded to be shot. And, it appears that the police helped the wife since she would not, or could not leave him. If my husband had hit my son in the head with his fist he, my husband, would probably not have survived it. I would certainly have driven him out of the house and filed for divorce and gotten a restraining order. I would have done whatever needed to be done to protect our son.

    Liked by 5 people

  15. patrickhenryrevisited says:

    What she knew, and when she knew it.
    No ghetto lottery winner this time.

    Liked by 3 people

  16. RVAguy says:

    “Black” could be [sic] for book. She misspelled other simple words, why not book?

    Liked by 1 person

  17. If we had an honest press, this fact could have been known hours after the shooting. I guess they were too busy checking the local library to see which books he had checked out and which one he had in his truck w/him.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. flova says:

    Anybody who hits an 8 year-old with his fist on the head deserves what he gets. The police did us a favor getting this “killer” off the streets. I am so sick of these criminals’ families getting millions in tax money from good people–for God’s sake enough is enough.

    I heard his so-called ‘brother'(from which mama I do not know) at the press conference acting like Scott was St. Francis–it makes me want to vomit and then to have the wife standing behind him as if she loved he man.

    The poor police, I feels so sorry for them-up against this sub human garbage.

    Liked by 3 people

  19. Paula says:

    No wonder she didn’t shed a tear when she watched her husband killed. She was just hoping she could score some money, hence her filming and making up crap. POS all.

    Liked by 4 people

  20. Ziiggii says:

    6:00 p.m.: The gun that Keith Scott had on him during the deadly shooting was reported stolen after a breaking and entering, police said.

    The breaking and entering suspect told ATF Agents that he sold the gun to Scott.

    The suspect is in custody.


    Liked by 2 people

    • Sandra says:

      Well that’s all everyone needs to know. All details filled in. Now if Charlotte pays the family any money at all the citizens should stage a coup.

      Liked by 7 people

      • joanfoster says:

        The citizens are already over the liberal cliff. They will pay out because they can go to their liberal church on Sunday and declare they have worked for social justice. It’s a corrupt cycle these blacks have invented and the dumbass white people have fallen for it.

        Liked by 2 people

    • 3x1 says:


      Thank you for posting this!

      Liked by 2 people

    • VegasGuy says:

      Starting to wonder if the Warrant that was going to be served wasn’t actually for Scott. They said Police were there to serve a Warrant in the parking lot. Obviously, they had not served it sine they were still there when Scott drove up & parked.

      Could Scott actually have been the subject of the Warrant based on the B/E suspect informing of the sale of the weapon to Scott?

      Seems to be quite a possible scenario to me. They were parked, waiting for their subject to arrive. Scott shows up, parks practically next to them. They are about to execute the Warrant & he brandishes a weapon, they leave for additional backup.

      The rest is history……

      Liked by 3 people

      • Ziiggii says:

        I’d like to know more about the warrant as well. But, doubtful it was being served on him. Otherwise they would not have left the scene to don their ID vests I would think.

        I am more incline to think that CMPD definitely knew who Keith was though. Because they were in plain clothes I wonder if they have/had been running a sting in the apartment complex.

        Liked by 1 person

        • VegasGuy says:

          “I’d like to know more about the warrant as well.”

          Agreed…..Interestingly, CMPD made mention of that as the reason the PO’s were present in the first place. They merely brought that up as an aside, implying there was no connection. Then the issue of the Warrant, as well as the target of same, was completely dropped. Why even mention it? Why produce a “cover” for the presence?

          It makes me more inclined to believe that Scott was the target of the Warrant. If he was, his background would be known & his potential for having a weapon on him would be known. Life long criminals sometimes have a “6th sense” regarding when Police are present.

          I find the story of the Police, observing a non-related individual, in possession of a weapon, deciding to leave & don Police identifiable garb & then returning somewhat a stretch. Police identifiable garb or not, the flashing of a weapon would have required immediate response, or at the least, immediate action from those who observed it.

          Only if they actually knew who they were dealing with, & the potential danger of confronting that individual, would they go the added step of the vests & a call for backup.Then again, wouldn’t standard procedure for a Warrant on a potentially dangerous & possibly armed individual have given rise to donning protective gear well prior to taking action? Again, doesn’t compute with standard Police procedure, IMO.

          If it is true that they left the area to don garb, the garb would most likely have been in the trunk or the back of the Police unmarked vehicle…So they didn’t go very far, if they actually left at all…Just out of sight of Scott. And they did not just put Police identifiable garb…They put on external vests…In response to Scott being observed with a weapon?

          Leaving the scene, if they actually did, & however briefly, gave that person, who they claim was a potential threat, an opportunity to leave the area prior to their return. The videos do show that the PO vehicle was not parked next to Scott’s vehicle when the incident unfolded. It most likely was the Grey SUV with open doors facing Scott’s SUV….

          Clearly, none of what they say transpired conforms with standard Police procedure in either serving a Warrant or more importantly, responding to an unrelated sighting of a person with a weapon…..

          So from my perspective, there is a bit more to this incident then CMPD is providing. They are attempting to make the optics fit when clearly the optics, IMO, are showing quite a different story.

          Liked by 1 person

  21. zephyrbreeze says:

    Why do I feel embarrassed? That was my first impulse: I feel ashamed and embarrassed for this woman, who is now a laughingstock everywhere, except in the BLM movement, and in the ene-media. Do people not THINK??


  22. Keln says:

    If black lives really mattered to these people, they would be thanking the police for taking down yet one more thug who most likely would have taken innocent black lives during the remainder of his criminal career.

    It isn’t police killing innocent black people. It’s black criminals doing it.

    Liked by 6 people

  23. Sandra says:

    I want to know what Hillary has to say about this. And Shaun King. And Doorag McKesson and his heifer sidekick Nettaaaaaaaaa.

    Liked by 3 people

  24. shannynae says:

    The truth always prevails. Sometimes it takes awhile but it is alwayis revealed .

    Liked by 2 people

  25. LKA in LA says:

    I thought he was disabled? He is really busy to be disabled and also has a lot of disposable income. Hmm….

    Liked by 1 person

  26. alliwantissometruth says:

    As usual, once the truth comes out, the story falls apart

    As usual, the media puppets look like fools & Clinton looks like a fool (of course, since she is a fool)

    As usual, BLM & the rioting thugs look like fools, but it’s looking like they’re grasping the reality a little better, because, as I heard while watching the Charlotte riots, a few agitators stated it wouldn’t matter if Scott had a gun

    I guess now just the act of shooting a black person is racist, even if said person is armed & refuses to drop the gun. It’s police brutality & racism

    Not allowing thugs to riot, loot & burn down businesses is police brutality & racism

    Disagreeing with them is racism

    The known facts are racist

    Trying to explain logic to them is racism

    This new found information will be racism too, & it won’t matter one bit to any of them

    Liked by 5 people

    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      Like I have commented before: the agitators ONLY want to hype the bad cases.
      The enemy of the Marxists is our culture. Once our culture is weakened enough, and /or once enough people get fed up with all of this oppression, then the Bloody Communist Revolution will occur – a historical eventuality, according to Marx’s interpretation of Hegel. Upon the occurrence of the Revolution, the Communist will be ready to usher in the Pax Marxana. No one will be an oppressor or an exploiter. There will be no micro-aggressions. No borders. No one will be illegal. Everyone will earn a livable wage.

      One of their great strategies for weakening of our culture is to make it taboo to discuss certain counter-culture things. Like thugs being thugs. They achieve this by connecting thug characteristics to “racism.”

      A man won’t take care of his children. He has “thug” tattoo’d on his forehead. He deals drugs. His pants are hanging down. He doesn’t hold a job for too long. Well, don’t make any negative comments, because that is just dealing in tired clichés of racism.

      So, lest we be labelled racist, we catch ourselves before we speak. In the old days, the bad guys cared nothing about our predominant culture, and so they did not care for norms and so on. From a distance you could spot those who were a threat to our culture, or an immediate threat to your safety and property.

      Now, it is taboo to mention those signals. In fact, for the younger generation, they have lost their meaning altogether. Our culture has lost the ability to sniff out a thug with bad intentions. Since the signals have lost their meaning, there is no more barrier for everyday soccer moms to refrain from getting a tattoo. There is no barrier to decline opportunities to smoke MJ. Etc. Those of us who recall only military guys and genuine bikers as having tattoos may still see tattoos as a sign of being counter-culture, of being not-on-board, of being shady. But that which was once true is not even true any longer.

      Very effective.

      Now, simply being a bad person is no longer bad. It is the oppressive system, the school-prison pipeline. Even a genuine bad guy is a hero. Specifically, the anti-hero.

      Liked by 4 people

    • screwauger says:

      No offense, you must be new to this game. George Zimmerman was supposed to a. Stay in the car and since he didn’t and Trayvon was going all MMA on his ass, he deserved it. Can’t a poor inner city youf go out for some skittles sheesh. /s


  27. Patriot1 says:

    Pride always precedes the fall.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Curry Worsham says:

    She knew he had a gun. They should arrest her for lying to the police about the gun. That would get the attention of BLM. She could have gotten a cop killed.

    Liked by 1 person

  29. So, the police knew he had a firearm according to the wife hen she filed the restraining order. They could have easily verified that he was a felon. They could have with some effort and good detective work made a case against him for possession of firearm by felon and arrested him. With good police work, they would have recovered weapon and would have learned it was stolen in B&E, resulting in further charges. This is why you cannot count on police protecting you.

    Police do very little real detective work and solve very few crimes. Many, many reported crimes are never investigated. If they do not meet a high threshold for clearance or if they are not very serious crimes, they are not investigated. In this case, had Mr Scott been arrested for possession of a firearm by felon and weapon confiscated, he may still be alive and the radical democrat terrorists would not have been active in Charlotte.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Jimmy Jack says:

      You can’t possibly know many detectives. Of course they investigate crimes. They are undermanned and swimming upstream with their hands tied behind their backs.

      One of the reason so few urban crimes are solved is bc blacks (and other minorities) in urban ghettos refuse to cooperate with police. Snitches get stitches.


  30. fedup says:

    Um, is this the same woman who is on the video yelling at police that he didn’t have a weapon?

    Yet at the same time, she’s saying to the man who ultimately gets shot “Keith don’t do it, don’t do it Keith”

    Liked by 2 people

  31. freepetta says:

    So this order of protection was filed a year ago then withdrawn a couple of weeks later.

    She was watching her husband with the police saying, “Keith don’t do it” obviously talking about the gun. So he illegally owns a 9mm Glock? Shaking my head in disgust.

    Sent from my iPhone


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  32. KBR says:

    The story was he was just waiting for the kid to get off the school bus…why, so he could hit the kid three times in the head with his fist again?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Sandra says:

      Yup, waiting in his car, smoking a joint, reading the Koran, with his loaded gun. THIS IS SO ABSURD I don’t know how anyone (BLM and brainwashed sympathizers) cannot laugh about it.

      Liked by 1 person

      • screwauger says:

        I noted something similar the other day. Cannot the BLM/BGI vet these cases a bit better. They rally the thugs and crs comes rushing in to set the stage then the story falls apart. Maybe it’s just us that know these things and the major state run media never picks it up.

        Liked by 1 person

        • Jimmy Jack says:

          They don’t care about facts. They are also using these cases to bolster their argument that whites are “criminalizing” blacks for non crimes. Like Eric Garner.


      • JohnP says:

        Just sitting and waiting with the windows rolled up while it was a chilly 86 degrees.


  33. Kerry Gimbel says:

    Now I know the answer as to why she was not hysterical and crying. Just angry at the cops. Because he was a thug to his own family.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Sandra says:

      Angry at the cops now, but she sought their help in 2015 and probably quite a few times prior.

      Liked by 1 person

      • joanfoster says:

        Clearly the police and the court system failed all the way around unless she withdrew her intial complaint. Even so, the police knew he was a felon with a gun – why did they ignore this? This should be the overriding question of the Mecklenburg County NC court system.

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  34. Tiger.red says:

    I just noticed that the thumb safety on Scott’s .380 Colt Mustang is in the “off” position. See closeup pic of it on the ground. The Mustang is a single-action pistol, which means it has a short and light (relative to a double-action) trigger pull.

    NOBODY would carry it that way – especially in an ankle holster – which means that sometime during his encounter with police, he flicked off the safety in preparation to engage them.

    Definitely not consistent with his harmless victim narrative.

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  36. So he has multiple semi-autos, by his feet is a Colt Mustang .380.
    burn in hell my brother!


  37. RP says:

    Nice, affirming and restraining order in this instance with this thug may be true.

    But…I must add that the language in the order is standard faire now truth does not matter. First hand experience woman wanted to divorce and try to convince me to move out for a few weeks to take a break, I said no, if you want a break then you move out (she had large family in town, mine was 2000 miles away). Appx. 3 days later Sheriff showed up at house (I built from ground up with own 2 hands) with restraining order, accusations that I was ‘verbally abusive’ (no statement I ever touched – I never did) but I also had guns (had ccp) and she “feared for her life”. Cops confiscated my guns and gave me 15 minutes to pack a bag and leave.

    My attorney says that most divorce atty’s recommend this tactic as first strike, judges rubber stamp and even when impossible to prove in court (no evidence, no witnesses no nothing but her word which my atty showed was different day in court than as signed in restraining order) no penalties.

    Despite caught on stand with lies ,no witnesses or evidence of any of her claims about me – no family members or friends had anything to say on her behalf whereas I brought 3 witness statements/affidavits to prove my innocence and character. Judge refused to interview the kids who are/were devastated and would have 100% each contradicted her claims of my ‘verbal abuse’ to them (again nothing physical claimed).

    Verdict? she got the full custody of kids, house, a major portion of my income and I get visitation and pay her lawyer. Was self employed company owned prior to marriage I folded out of spite. My mistake, I admitted the truth and said my ex made me angry sometimes when asked under oath. The judges opinion centered all around that one statement/admission. The entire case and his decision. Statements from my friends and family I presented each said these people close to me never saw me angry and that I was one of the most stable people they knew.

    Took another about $2500 and more than 6 months in fees to get my weapons back. CCP was automatically pulled, requiring new application which I decided is not worth it – none of their damn business.

    All in close to $30k in one-time fees (scumball attorneys) and enough every month to lease a nice large home, nice car, fill the fridge and pay the lights.

    Thanks for letting me vent all – this still pisses me off more than words – the betrayal, lies and corrupt family court system (and church but I won’t go there…pisses me off even more).

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  38. jh says:

    To quote someone else…
    “What difference at this point does it make”…

    Seemed to get someone cleared there.


  39. I have been commenting on the “Boston Globe” and the commentors there think “Open Carry” means you can have a semi-auto with hammer back and safety off and walk down the street and cops have no right to stop you! Now I know why I left Mass.! All scott had to do is lay face down “Spread Eagle” and he would be alive to see his family today! But it sure looks like “Suicide by Cop” Why else would he moon walk towards the Police with his back towards them? All the race baiters need is a autopsy report showing scott entrance wounds were in his back and it’s time to get paid Yo!!!

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    • Jimmy Jack says:

      I am the first to admit yankees, especially urban ones, are clueless about guns and gun laws. It’s embarrassing.


      • The body cam video of Police Officer by his SUV clearly shows scott has a ankle holster on his right ankle! The gun grabbers are still saying it was a “Throw Down” Gun and Police can’t be trusted after the fact! Like what happen in North Charleston they believe that Officer Slager planted a gun by walter scott not seeing full video but the CNN version that it was taser and he re-holstered it! I guess they will call it a “Throw Down Ankle Holster” or it was where he stashes his “Weed”


  40. Trump is taking presidential tone and stance. He is acting like we would if we had our chance to confront THIS POLITICIAN.

    Liked by 1 person

  41. Major Styles says:

    Don’t the the truth get in the way of some damn good looting.

    Liked by 1 person

  42. jstanley01 says:

    That Colt Mustang is cocked and the safety is off.

    Liked by 2 people

  43. John Johns says:

    As a stroke victim myself I am intrinsically aware that ANY brain injury almost ALWAYS is followed by depression, and often severe depression, that leads to a dark hole wherein the affected individual seriously may consider suicide. Keith’s wife said that he had suffered a traumatic brain injury. I have watched the wife’s video and was intrigued by her comment “Keith, don’t do it”. I have also watched the dashcam video where Keith appeared to disobey all of the police commands, but apparently did not attempt to shoot any of the police officer who, of course, did not know that he would not as according to them he had a gun in his hand. I suspect that Keith was sitting in his car with his gun, smoking pot to get the courage to end his own suffering when the police appeared on the scene. If his wife knew that Keith had discussed with her that he wanted to die that and only that would explain her comment, “Keith, Don’t do it”, the “it” being goading the police into doing the job for him. What else could the “it” have referred to? I have also witnessed the rioting and destruction wrought by a gang of mostly non- Charlotte thugs that I would bet my last dollar on was nothing that Keith would have wanted to spark.

    Think about it……..

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  44. maiingankwe says:

    Ive been wondering why the wife was determined to tape the incident rather than going to her husband and trying to stop him from being stupid. The restraining order could be why she was afraid to stand up to him in close proximity. Heck, he could’ve shot her just as easily.

    I think I know why she was more concerned about making the video though. I do know the black community has been telling each other to tape everything be used that will be the only evidence they will have. They claim the police will lie and attempt to cover up wherever possible. This was part of one of my conversations at Seattle airport during a layover a few months ago.

    I watched another video from a so called witness who told a number of reporters she saw him get out of the car, and the book dropped to the ground, and he had his arms up as if saying don’t shoot. This witness had a weird grist name with the last name if Williams. I strongly believe people who lie to reporters and police like this should be prosecuted.

    How many people did she convince to riot through her lies? Heck, she should help pay for damages along with the looters. I know it would never come to this, but she should face some sort of consequences.

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  45. 3x1 says:

    Will any of this change Hillary’s standard race baiting spiel when she visits Raleigh NC tomorrow?

    I’m guessing not.


  46. JohnP says:

    None of the video is really definitive, but the dash cam video in frame 15:51:44 shows he is holding something and it’s not a book.

    Liked by 1 person

    • VegasGuy says:

      Poor quality video, but there could be something in his hand. I found this still, also from a video, so also of poor quality.


      Go to the article & look at the still they provided. (I don’t know how to copy or link the photo alone..sorry)

      Look at the photo still taken from the body cam video of Scott standing outside of his car with his right arm along his side. Take note of the shadow line running the length of the front of his body from about mid-chest to knee. Also note the ankle holster is empty.

      As the shadow line reaches a point at his hand where a weapon would be if he were holding one, the shadow breaks, moves right for about the length of a weapon, following an outline, and then moves back to the outline of his leg. The shadow line is continuous & unbroken both above & below this portion of traversing the hand area.

      An enhancement of this image might show more detail….

      Maybe someone with editing capabilities might attempt an enhancement in definition.


      • JohnP says:

        That picture when sharpened and enlarged shows a definite rectangular object between his hand and pants leg. It doesn’t fade when I adjust the brightness or contrast so it’s not a shadow. It’s about 2.5″ high by 1″ wide.

        I don’t have the anywhere near the software that the FBI does, but I would bet you that when they are done with it, it turns out to the butt of his Colt Mustang 380. http://i66.tinypic.com/15ytf9y.jpg


  47. Abster says:

    The media is so quick to get these shootings out there. They rather be first with the story than have the facts. The BLM folks are so angry and hostile, it takes nothing to get them fired up, shooting, looting and burning. Now we have another family looking for a ghetto jackpot. We have another city under seige. Law abiding citizens are fed up w this behavior. Our LE and first responders lives are in jeopardy now more than ever. We need law and order restored in America.
    Trump 2016…MAGA


  48. Ziiggii says:

    I just want to repost a link to a video from Fox46 of the lady that recorded the video from the balcony. This interview was done on Weds of last week (I believe) and the lady, Mrs Williams, gives her account of what happened.

    1) She claims to have seen Scott raise his hands and say he didn’t have anything.
    2) that it was the uniformed officer that took the shots
    3) she says “Obviously compliance still gets you murdered. Because that’s what happened. That man got murdered for complying with whatever.”

    Between this video and the video of Scott’s daughter, there in no question that there was a narrative being built from day one, even if just as scuttlebutt. What frustrates me is that no one wants to address the facts in the case and that these videos assisted in agitating the rioters uptown Weds night.

    I could go on, but there is just to much.


  49. Krazy Kat says:

    Was he also and aspiring rapper?
    Just turning his life around?


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