Charlotte-Mecklenberg Police Department

After days of delay, police in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Tuesday released extended video footage of the police-involved shooting death of 43-year-old Keith Lamont Scott, according to multiple media outlets. The graphic police bodycam footage shows the final moments of the father of seven after he was shot by a Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer on Sept. 20 […]

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police on Thursday released audio from the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott.

Reviewing the videos, neither police dashcam or body-camera footage, shows the slain man pointing a gun at police officers.

What the video does not show is the exact moment Scott is shot on Tuesday by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers, but you can hear four shots fired in the background.

Taheshia Williams claims that the police are lying and trying to cover-up their "mistake." Meanwhile, police chief maintains that Scott was armed, despite reviewed video lacking “definitive, visual evidence that would confirm that a person is pointing a gun."

Charlotte police claim Scott was armed, but his family says he was perched in his car, reading a book while he waited for his son after school.

Overnight, protesters blocked off several streets and a portion of I-85 near the scene of the crime, rallying for justice.

Authorities rushed the man to Carolinas Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.

“One of the first things I did was to get down to his level, take a deep breath and not say anything for a couple minutes,” Officer Purdy said in an interview with WSOC.