Not that this will make the least bit of difference with the Black Lives Matter conspiracy crowd, who would believe the moon is made of bleu cheese if clowns like Shaun King tell them so.
Multiple sources confirmed to WBTV Monday that the gun police say was found in Keith Lamont Scott’s possession when he was fatally shot by a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police (CMPD) officer was reported stolen.
The gun, sources said, was reportedly stolen in a residential breaking and entering. The sources said 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.
Scott, 43, was killed on September 20, while police were serving a warrant at The Village at College Downs apartment complex on Old Concord Road, in northeast Charlotte. His death sparked protesting across the city, erupting into violence.
Scott’s family has said he did not own a gun, but police said they recovered a gun at the scene of the shooting.
According to our news partners at the Charlotte Observer, in 2005, he was convicted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after he shot and injured a man in San Antonio, Texas. He fired more than 10 rounds from a 9-millimeter pistol, a spokesman for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice told the Observer.
In October 2015, Scott’s wife, Rakeyia, filed for a restraining order against him, the Observer reports.
The Observer says in her petition, she said that law enforcement officials should consider her husband a potential threat because he carried a 9-millimeter gun.
Friday, a police source confirmed to WBTV that the gun reportedly found near the body of Keith Lamont Scott has Scott’s fingerprints, DNA and blood on it. The source also told WBTV the case in the gun was loaded.
Nice of these lunatics to try and torch the city down in pursuit of a fraudulent narrative. Meanwhile, one protester admitted to killing another last Wednesday.
The man accused of shooting Justin Carr in the head during Wednesday night’s protests admitted to the act, prosecutors said Monday.
Rayquan Borum, 21, was charged with murder in the shooting death of Carr, 26. He was arrested Friday morning and appeared in court on Monday.
Carr was shot around 8:30 p.m. on East Trade Street, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police say.
Just before 6 p.m. Thursday, sources close to Carr’s family confirmed he died.
Of course the freaks claim the police did it.
Today in court prosecutors revealed Rayquan Borum confessed to shooting and killing Justin Carr. Many falsely accused police of the shooting pic.twitter.com/1msJRU28Wx
— Joe Bruno (@JoeBrunoWSOC9) September 26, 2016
Undeterred by evidence and facts, the laughingstocks at the NAACP released their list of demands Monday, blissfully unaware of the latest development.
More than a hundred people sat in the pews of Little Rock AME Zion Church Monday evening to listen to the NAACP’s call for change. Reverend William Barber laid out 13 specific demands they want to see met after the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott last week.
“We call for immediate release and disclosure of any remaining video footage,” Barber said.
Along with that, the lists includes a request for an independent DOJ investigation, the demilitarization of police and an end to police brutality, but Scott’s name wasn’t the only one brought up.
“We call for the retrial of Randall Kerrick, the officer responsible for killing Jonathan Ferrell,” Barber said.
Barber passionately told the crowd why they were making these demands.
“We are not anti-police, we are anti murder by police. Be very clear,” he said.
Priscilla Hoyle has decided to go on strike from her job at Bojangles’ until she sees the change she wants.
“I’m tired of all the killing. Every time you turn around someone else is getting killed,” she said.
Priscilla may as well go directly to the unemployment office since she’s going to haev a long wait on her hands.