Friday, September 23, 2016

REPORT: Keith Lamont Scott shot handgun at Texas officers in 2005

Via Billy

The friends and family of Keith Lamont Scott, the African-American Charlotte man shot and killed by police this week, portray him as a “family man” and “likable.”  However, new details are emerging about Scott’s troubled past, his many encounters with law enforcement, and the reason behind his six year stay in a Bexar County, Texas prison just a decade ago.

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.


  1. When Trump wins, I hope there is significant prison reform wherein that 20% that cause 80% of the serious felonious trouble, those destined and doomed to never become a useful citizen and remain a danger to Society will not ever be let out of prison. They will then be given a choice to serve out their sentence behind bars or be humanely put to sleep.