Charlotte police have released bodycam and dashcam footage, as well as other details, about the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott, a black man killed by police.
Here is the latest on Charlotte:
- Police release video footage from the shooting
- Dozens of protestors march past curfew
- Hillary Clinton postpones Charlotte visit
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT | This video is shows the bodycam footage, provided by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, from Scott's shooting.
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT | This video is shows the dashcam footage, provided by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department, from the shooting.
Per NBC News, the State Bureau of Investigation had said it wouldn't release the video.
Chief Kerr Putney said in a news conference said the evidence would not show Scott holding the gun police say he had when he was shot.
Scott's family argues he did not in fact have a weapon.
Putney said, "the footage will not prove anything true or not it, only can support the physical evidence," but adding that it would provide "the most complete puzzle."
Demonstrators took to the streets for the fifth-straight day Saturday to protest.
Dozens of protesters marched in the city's business district past the midnight Friday curfew.
Hillary Clinton postponed her Sunday trip to Charlotte after hearing from community leaders.
Clinton's campaign said the Democratic presidential nominee postponed the trip to avoid straining the city's resources.
Charlotte should release police video of the Keith Lamont Scott shooting without delay. We must ensure justice & work to bridge divides. -H— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) September 23, 2016
Clinton now plans to visit Charlotte on Oct. 2.