Police have not released any information about the man accused of stealing the gun and selling it to Scott. The city has been besieged by protests for the past week, with some of them turning violent with fires and looting. The ACLU also called on Roberts to release all the videos, but agreed with the mayor's call to repeal H.B. 972.
The city had already lifted a curfew Monday.
We have the official version of events - that Scott was brandishing a handgun, that he threatened the officers on the scene, that it was a black cop who pulled the trigger - and we have some video that has wisely been released by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department and the city, though their narrative doesn't jibe with the images.
Republicans and Democrats alike say the killing of Keith Lamont Scott will energize both parties' strongest supporters in a presidential battleground state that also has competitive races for governor and the U.S. Senate.
Charlotte has learned that Rakeyia Scott, the wife of Keith Scott, filed restraining orders against her husband in October 2015 as well as April 2004.
Friday, a police source confirmed to WBTV that the gun reportedly found near the body of Scott has Scott's fingerprints, DNA and blood on it. Police shot Scott in the parking lot of an apartment complex while searching for a suspect wanted for arrest. But Charlotte residents had to settle for Putney's assurances that the videos revealed no definitive details about the shooting, including whether Scott was armed when he was shot. "A short time later, Officer Vinson observed Mr. Scott hold a gun up".
Protesters have been demanding that Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts and Police Chief Kerr Putney release all the video of the September 21 shooting.
Still, Trump's comments could influence voters like 19-year-old Niesy Figueroa, a student who said she knows some of Scott's extended family and participated in peaceful protests. State police are investigating the incident.
Buchan said Emken told him that 52 officers responded to the scene in all and each had body cameras or dashboard cameras.
The University of Tennessee's law school dean says a professor will not face disciplinary action for a Twitter post that called on drivers to run over demonstrators blocking traffic in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Police are heard demanding that Scott drop a weapon several times, until one of the officers, Brentley Vinson, fatally shoots him four times.
Police Chief Jeff Davis did not say what the object was, but told a news conference that no firearm was recovered.
Putney has said the officer who shot Scott wasn't wearing a body camera that day because he's part of a tactical unit.
Keith Lamont Scott is dead at the age of 43.
Corine Mack, president of the local NAACP chapter, said blacks typically are "demonized" after being killed by police. If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article. Trump said "drugs are a very, very big factor in what you're watching on television at night". Pat McCrory said the new law is an improvement because it establishes a statewide, uniform legal process that leaves the release of footage up to courts rather than politicians.