Saturday Open Thread | Keith Scott shooting crime scene

Hat tip: Duane Whop Vandross

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30 Responses to Saturday Open Thread | Keith Scott shooting crime scene

  1. yahtzeebutterfly says:

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    Why are there strange black lines outlining the car door?

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  2. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    Look at the location of “C” (where that gun appeared where Keith’s wife’s video showed no gun) in this tweet:

    Now look at how “they” labeled the location of the gun in evidence as “C” (lower right picture in following tweet) :

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  3. sunshine616 says:

    They probably waited for a prelim tox screen that may have shown weed in his system so that way they could add that to the narrative. The POS chief needs to go!!!

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  4. rikyrah says:

    Ladies:

    Check your email

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  5. Ain’t nothing but a party, y’all

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  6. We’re gonna turn this mother out…

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  8. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    His wife’s video shows NOTHING at Keith’s feet:

    Now check out the photo in this article title “Charlotte police face criticism for releasing photo of Keith Lamont Scott that shows firearm at his feet: ‘There aren’t degrees of transparency’ ”
    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/cops-release-photo-keith-lamont-scott-shows-gun-nearby-article-1.2803052

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  9. Liza says:

    Buckwheat Zydeco, bandleader who helped introduce Louisiana zydeco to the world, dies at 68
    BY KEITH SPERA | KSPERA@THEADVOCATE.COM SEP 24, 2016 – 3:40 AM (4)

    Stanley “Buckwheat” Dural Jr., the accordionist, organist, singer and songwriter who, as Buckwheat Zydeco, championed traditional southwest Louisiana Creole dance music on the world stage, died early Saturday morning of lung cancer at Our Lady of Lourdes Regional Medical Center in Lafayette. He was 68.

    His longtime manager, Ted Fox, confirmed his death.

    Dural’s zydeco was firmly rooted in the dancehalls of his native Lafayette, but not confined to them. His ambition and reach were much broader.

    He broke new ground for zydeco, both stylistically and commercially. In 1987, Island Records, home to the likes of U2 and Bob Marley, released Buckwheat Zydeco’s Grammy-nominated “On a Night Like This,” the first zydeco album on a major label. More recently, the globe-trotting Dural was the first zydeco bandleader with his own YouTube channel, Buckwheat’s World.

    He was a “cultural ambassador in the truest sense,” said Michael Tisserand, author of the 1998 book “The Kingdom of Zydeco,” which will be reissued this fall with a new foreword by Dural. “He brought this traditional music to the biggest stage it ever enjoyed. It took someone with his talent, range, sense of showmanship and charisma to take it that far.

    “He’d play songs by Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones, and stretch the music beyond its original shape,” Tisserand said, “but always with the sense of celebration, excitement and cultural pride at the heart of zydeco.”

    Stanley Dural Jr. was born in rural Lafayette in 1947, one of 13 children. His parents were farmers. In a video installment of Buckwheat’s World, he recounts how, as a 5-year-old, he would cry when his three older siblings left to work in the fields. They finally let him go along – to pick cotton.

    “When I found out what they was doing out there, that was the worst mistake I ever made,” Dural said. “I did a lot of hard stuff coming up. I’m glad I did, ’cause this stuff” – making music – “is easy.”

    Read more…
    http://www.theadvocate.com/acadiana/article_731e5378-821a-11e6-85ac-3f8437951c61.html?sr_source=lift_amplify

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  10. yahtzeebutterfly says:

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  17. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    Powerful opening to ceremony with Angelique Kidjo singing Redemption Song

    Old pirates, yes, they rob I;
    Sold I to the merchant ships,
    Minutes after they took I
    From the bottomless pit.

    But my hand was made strong
    By the ‘and of the Almighty.
    We forward in this generation
    Triumphantly.
    Won’t you help to sing
    These songs of freedom? –
    ‘Cause all I ever have:
    Redemption songs;
    Redemption songs.

    Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery;
    None but ourselves can free our minds.
    Have no fear for atomic energy,
    ‘Cause none of them can stop the time.
    How long shall they kill our prophets,
    While we stand aside and look? Ooh!
    Some say it’s just a part of it:
    We’ve got to fulfil de book.

    Won’t you help to sing
    These songs of freedom? –

    Won’t you help to sing
    These songs of freedom? –
    ‘Cause all I ever have:
    Redemption songs;
    Redemption songs;
    Redemption songs.

    Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery;
    None but ourselves can free our mind.
    Wo! Have no fear for atomic energy,
    ‘Cause none of them-a can-a stop-a the time.
    How long shall they kill our prophets,
    While we stand aside and look?
    Yes, some say it’s just a part of it:
    We’ve got to fulfil de book.
    Won’t you help to sing
    Dese songs of freedom? –
    ‘Cause all I ever had:
    Redemption songs –
    All I ever had:
    Redemption songs:
    These songs of freedom,
    Songs of freedom.

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  18. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    You can watch the opening ceremonies of the National Museum of African American History and Culture at this link:

    https://www.c-span.org/video/?415271-5/washington-journal-viewer-calls&live

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  19. rikyrah says:

    Charlotte,
    RELEASE THE BODY CAMERA FOOTAGE. Nobody is believing your story.

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  20. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning 😊, Everyone 😆

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