Following the police-involved shooting death of Keith Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina this week, Scott's family members and community leaders have called on the police department to release police video footage of the incident.
At a press event Thursday, Charlotte's police chief said he plans to show video of the shooting to the slain man's family, but the video won't be immediately released to the public.
The developments have led to a dash-cam debate.
What do you think?
CMPD needs to release dash cam & body cam video of 9/20 shooting ASAP to help dispel rumors— Kelly Alexander Jr (@TheNCRep) September 22, 2016
Some say police should release the footage to help assuage unrest in Charlotte.
Release the footage as is. Why do you need time to process? Defendants don't get time to process footage. To me, they're stalling.— Just Bee Cuz (@GreenThumb_Co) September 22, 2016
"Defendants don't get time to process footage."
"We just don't believe you."
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