charlotte - The family of Keith Scott, the man Tuesday by a police officer was shot dead in the US city of Charlotte, on Friday released images of the run-up to the shooting.
The images show how runners keep gunpoint by car from the 43-year-old Scott and summon him to drop his weapon. Scott's wife, who made the images, call to Scott that he must get out of the car and at the police that her husband has a gun. She also told the police that Scott suffers from traumatic brain injury and he just taking medication. \'Do not do it,\' Rakeyia Scott raises a number of times against her husband, and sound shots. Then you can see a man on the ground with agents around him.
A source close to the investigation into the death of Scott reported Friday on CNN that police at the scene of the shooting found a loaded weapon, containing fingerprints and DNA traces Scott. The family denies that Scott had a gun.
About three hundred protesters shouted Friday, during the fourth consecutive night of protests, the police on the release of images made by agents of the fatal moment. This past week, however, made more difficult by a local law that the authorities only allows police to release images after a court order to do so. Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton supports the call to police footage of the shooting of Scott free. The Democrats announced Sunday to visit Charlotte. The mayor, who is afraid of overloading the police, asked Clinton to postpone her arrival. The Clinton campaign also did, in his own words after discussions with representatives of the local community.
The fatal shooting led to two days of protests and riots in the city, about 600 kilometers southwest of the capital, Washington, DC. Gov. Pat McCrory called Wednesday a state of emergency. Then it was quiet again in the largest city in North Carolina.