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Story 1: Race Riot and Looting in Charlotte, North Carolina — Videos

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Charlotte NC Riot – Looting, Whites Being Attacked, Man Killed by Protester – STATE OF EMERGENCY!

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Governor calls out National Guard as Charlotte police shooting protests continue

BY ELY PORTILLO, JOE MARUSAK AND KATHERINE PERALTA

Protests turned violent for a second night in Charlotte after Tuesday’s fatal police shooting of a black man. Late Wednesday, Gov. Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency for the city and deployed the National Guard and State Highway Patrol troopers to assist local police.

One person was shot at the protest and was taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, Medic said. The city initially reported that he died, but later retracted that, saying he was on life-support.

Medic said on Twitter that it was treating the patient for a gunshot wound en route to Carolinas Medical Center at about 8:45 p.m.

The person was shot in the area of North College and East Trade streets.

Medic said it was responding to “multiple incidents uptown related to the situation in the College Street area” but was no more specific.

The shooting was “civilian on civilian,” the city tweeted. “@CMPD did not fire shot.”

The Charlotte Clergy Coalition for Justice questioned the city’s account. The coalition said several of its members were just 10 feet from the victim when he was shot.

“I saw the man go down on the pavement,” Minister Steve Knight of Missiongathering Christian Church in Charlotte said in a statement from the coalition. “It was an ambush. The victim was shot while he stood between two ministers, and we believe he was shot by police. We would like to see surveillance video from the surrounding area that may have captured the shooting to determine who was responsible for the shooting.”

Moments earlier, police fired tear gas at protesters at the entrance to the Omni Hotel in uptown Charlotte. Loud booms sounded, and police said explosives had been used.

“Your life is in danger, you need to move!” police in riot gear yelled.

At 9:45 p.m., police fired rubber bullets at the crowd.

At the request of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney, the State Highway Patrol is sending in troopers to assist CMPD, Gov. Pat McCrory said late Wednesday.

“The state has many additional assets nearby to assist,” McCrory said. “Any violence directed toward our citizens or police officers or destruction of property should not be tolerated.”

N.C. Attorney General Roy Cooper said he spoke to Mayor Jennifer Roberts and offered her the full assistance of the N.C. Department of Justice. “Violence will not bring justice,” Cooper said. “I urge everyone in Charlotte tonight to heed the call for peaceful demonstration. Already tonight we have seen civilians, police and emergency responders injured. This must stop.”

Given the “ongoing civil unrest,” Bank of America told its employees not to report to their uptown offices on Thursday.

Shortly before 9 p.m., the Charlotte Area Transit System discontinued street car service, closed the uptown Transportation Center and moved it to Carson Street. Hours later, CATS stopped Lynx service and ended bus service at 12:30 a.m. Thursday.

CATS planned to operate normal bus/rail service later this morning.

Protests had remained peaceful in uptown on Wednesday, after the fatal police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott. But the scene turned chaotic after 8:30 p.m., when protesters went from Marshall Park to the EpiCentre dining and entertainment complex and the Omni on Trade Street.

Businesses in the EpiCentre closed hours earlier in anticipation of the protests. Police also blocked off streets as the situation deteriorated outside the Omni. The Charlotte Hornets NBA team store, a CVS and the EpiCentre Sundries were later looted.

Several hundred protesters had gathered at the Omni before tear gas began scattering the crowd.

Protesters blocked Trade and Tryon streets at about 8 p.m. and then moved to theEpiCentre.

Hours earlier, a group of two dozen protesters stood silently in front of the Bank of America Tower at the same intersection. They held signs reading “Black Lives Matter” and “Stop Killing Us.”

Protesters then gathered outside Charlotte-Mecklenburg police headquarters before gathering at Marshall Park for a 7 p.m. rally.

Scott’s wife, meanwhile, issued a statement calling for protests to remain peaceful. Do not damage property, she urged.

The protest at Marshall Park was peaceful at 7:30 p.m.

Speakers using a bullhorn questioned why police shot Scott. Protesters said that even if Scott had a gun, as Charlotte-Mecklenburg police said, North Carolina is an open carry state where it is legal to have a firearm.

The protesters also criticized police for their response Tuesday night when officers used tear gas and batons to disperse crowds on Old Concord Road near where Scott was fatally shot.

“You were unprepared,” one protester yelled, addressing police. “You escalated it. … You came to us with billy clubs.”

Alex Gray of Charlotte said he was “not really big on chanting. But just to be here to support … I mean, there are a lot of people who have lost their lives for this reason or that reason. It’s just disheartening. It would be nice to see some change, obviously it’s not going to be anything that happens overnight, but it has to start somewhere. … If you’re not an actor, you’re a factor, so I’d rather be part of the movement than not.”

Master Allah of Charlotte said, “If you read (my sign), it says if we were really free, we wouldn’t be dealing with this. What it means is, in the history of America, we have never been seen as free. We wasn’t brought to this country to be equal, and now we’re at a point to where we’re being destroyed.

“I think with the power of media – Facebook, Twitter, all the social media – now it’s something that’s being seen on the daily. It can’t be denied. We gotta talk about it because we’ve got a real problem.”

Earlier Wednesday afternoon, pockets of the city were on edge, with some uptown businesses apparently sending workers home early over uncertainty about further protests. The Charlotte Chamber also urged businesses in uptown and University City to “remove or chain down all tables, chairs, signs or planters.”

At the afternoon silent protest at the Bank of America Tower, Andrew Monroe said the gathering was organized informally by a group of black professionals. “What we want to do is show we’re not dangerous,” he said. “We want to show the world it’s not thugs out here.”

Monroe said black people deserve to be safe in the streets and don’t feel the way in the spate of recent police shootings.

Across town at UNCC, students gathered at the Union and laid down in protest.

http://www.newsobserver.com/news/nation-world/national/article103336577.html#storylink=cpy

Bias Honor Role: How the Media Twists, Distorts and Omits to Smear Charlotte as a Racist Backwoods

By Emily Zanott

Reporters covering the unrest in Charlotte, North Carolina have been working overtime to justify the violent riots and shoehorn the police shooting into a national narrative about racial injustice.

And even as some reporters on the scene flee the city — after a night of deliberate attacks on media–the press can’t stop itself from preening shrilly about “a grim snapshot of America’s continuing crisis in black and blue” (as the New York Times put it). This despite mounting evidence that this particular police shooting hardly fits the mold of racist white cops killing unarmed black men

 

The New York Times‘s Richard Fausset and Alan Blinder were clearly feeling verbose as they penned their florid coverage of Charlotte’s police killing– in which Keith Scott was shot by black Charlotte police officer Brentley Vinson. While describing the scene on the ground, they waxed poetic:

“The gunshot victim lay motionless on the ground, his eyes open, as people surrounded him and blood pooled among their feet. He was taken into the nearby Omni Hotel, and a series of confrontations played out afterward as the police kept people from entering,”they wrote.

But information about the incident that sparked the shooting was buried several paragraphs down. The Charlotte police’s press conference (led by its black police chief) was given a mere two sentences. Brentley Vinson was never mentioned by name, and his race noted only in passing. Long before they discussed the specifics of the case, Fausset and Blinder were trying to line up Charlotte’s story with stories in Columbus, Ohio and in Oklahoma.

“And then it was Charlotte, where Mr. Scott, 43, black like the other two, was shot by a police officer in a parking space marked “Visitor” outside an unremarkable apartment complex. On Wednesday that parking space was both a shooting site and a shrine, and Charlotte was a city on edge.”

A special hats off to USA Today, which leads with a touching portrait of Scott:

“Keith Lamont Scott was well-known in the neighborhood, a fixture in the after-school hours who sat in his truck, passing time reading while waiting for his son to step off the bus, according to local residents.”

Note USA Today‘s emphasis on Scott’s alleged reading-in-the-car habit, as his supporters claim he was holding a book, not a gun, when police shot him (police insist he had a gun which was recovered at the scene). The newspaper chain’s Tonya Maxwell (of the Gannett-owned Asheville Citizen-Times) ends her piece by quoting at length a random guy named Calvin Bennett. His tone is “sure”, his words “direct”. He speaks “quietly”:

“You have a child coming off the bus and goes to meet daddy, but doesn’t know what to do because daddy’s dead,” Bennett said. “Think about that image for a minute. America should be outraged.”

“We get killed in church. We get killed when we comply. We get killed when we hold our hands up. We get killed when we wait for our children. What more can we do?” said Bennett, his tone sure and his words direct.

Asked if he is an activist, Bennett’s tone softened. He is not. He keeps up with the shootings of black people and has gotten an education he wish he did not need.

“The black community has this conversation every day,” he said, quietly. “We have this same conversation over and over and over.”

Slate‘s Leon Neyfakh didn’t even make it to the body of his story before inserting incendiary language, and like the New York Times, he also relied on flowery language to set the scene. A “convulsing” crowd was simply “expressing anger;” a “tumult” moved into a nearby Wal-Mart (he never mentions that they looted it).

Reporters Cleve R. Wootson Jr., Derek Hawkins and Katie Mettler at the Washington Post wrote eloquently about “blame, rumor and blood” as protests surged. They’re creative in describing protesters’ wounds, and the quick work of medics saving the innocent from rubber bullets. But they were short on details of exactly what happened in Charlotte to cause the “tense” protests, preferring only to refer to the Charlotte shooting as part of a larger trend and identical to other stories.

“The violence in Charlotte came less than a week after disputed police shooting of a black man in Tulsa — amplifying debates over policing and race that have been thrust open before in places such as Ferguson, Mo., and Baltimore.”

In all, these reporters seem to view Charlotte as a playing ground to win a Pulitzer Prize, the scene of a new civil rights movement, playing out like a maudlin Hollywood film before their eyes. And they are the people who will set the scene for the history books, even if they aren’t quite covering the story.

They also describe Charlotte as a dystopic backdrop for violence and revolution. In all these accounts, life is brutal, and daily confrontation is routine. But just a few short years ago, in the same place riots are now ripping through the downtown, the Democrats held their national convention. The Democratic National Committee picked Charlotte, it said, because it was “vibrant and diverse,” and because it was “reaching for tomorrow.”

Just two years ago in the New York Times, Charlotte was a functioning, innovative city. Thursday morning, it’s a hellhole of racial disunity. And it’s all in how the New York Times spins it.

http://heatst.com/culture-wars/bias-honor-role-how-the-media-twists-distorts-and-omits-to-smear-charlotte-as-a-racist-backwoods/

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Trump condemns ‘chaos and violence’ in Charlotte as he says ‘law-abiding African-American residents’ are hardest hit by rioters – and police ‘need your support’

  • Donald Trump carved out time from an energy policy speech to address race-riots in Charlotte, N.C. that followed a black-on-black police shooting
  • ‘We honor and recognize the right of all Americans to peacefully assemble, protest and demonstrate,’ the GOP presidential nominee said
  • ‘But there is no right to engage in violent disruption, or to threaten the public safety and peace of others’
  • Trump called the urban drug trade ‘a very, very big factor’ in the riots
  • He emphasized that poor, law-abiding black families in urban centers are hardest hit by violent clashes and bloodshed on city streets
  • Trump said police should be well-trained but seemed to side with them over ‘Black Lives Matter’ activists and rioters in Charlotte 

Donald Trump threw a brushback pitch Thursday at out-of-control protesters in Charlotte, North Carolina, telling an oil and gas fracking industry audience that angry rioters have ‘no right’ to jeopardize public safety with ‘chaos and violence.’

‘We honor and recognize the right of all Americans to peacefully assemble, protest and demonstrate,’ Trump said at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

‘But there is no right to engage in violent disruption, or to threaten the public safety and peace of others. Every single American in our country is entitled to live in a safe community. The violence against our citizens and our law enforcement must be brought to a very rapid end.’

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke to a fracking conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Thursday, detouring from remarks about energy to address race-riots in Charlotte, North Carolina that followed a police shooting

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke to a fracking conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on Thursday, detouring from remarks about energy to address race-riots in Charlotte, North Carolina that followed a police shooting

The Republican presidential nominee tied his condemnation of the riots to his outreach directed at black voters, saying the bloodshed in Charlotte’s streets will mostly affect ‘law-abiding African-American residents who live in these communities where the crime is so rampant.’

‘It’s their jobs, housing markets, schools, economic conditions that will suffer. And the first duty of government is to protect their well-being and safety,’ he said.

Calling rampant crime ‘an attack on the poor,’ Trump said the government’s job ‘is not to make life more comfortable for the violent disruptor, but to make life more comfortable for the African-American pearent trying to raise their kids in peace, to walk their children to school, and to get their children great educations.’

‘For every one violent protester, there are thousands of moms and dads and kids in that same community who just want to be able, really, to sleep safely at night, to be able to walk on the streets, to be able to go to the grocery store.’

He also seemed to link the drug trade to civil unrest, saying: ‘If you’re not aware, drugs are a very, very big factor in what you’re watching on television at night.’

A campaign aide later clarified that Trump was talking generally about crime rates in inner-cities, and not specifically about the week’s Charlotte flashpoint.

Trump complained that the global TV audience watching the fabric of America’s cities tear itself apart are absorbing a twisted and destructive image of the United States.

‘Our country looks bad to the world,’ he said, ‘especially when we are supposed to be the world’s leader.’

‘How can we lead when we can’t even control our own cities?’

The Republican presidential nominee tied his condemnation of the riots to his outreach directed at black voters, saying the bloodshed in Charlotte’s streets will mostly affect ‘law-abiding African-American residents who live in these communities where the crime is so rampant.’

‘It’s their jobs, housing markets, schools, economic conditions that will suffer. And the first duty of government is to protect their well-being and safety,’ he said.

Calling rampant crime ‘an attack on the poor,’ Trump said the government’s job ‘is not to make life more comfortable for the violent disruptor, but to make life more comfortable for the African-American pearent trying to raise their kids in peace, to walk their children to school, and to get their children great educations.’

‘For every one violent protester, there are thousands of moms and dads and kids in that same community who just want to be able, really, to sleep safely at night, to be able to walk on the streets, to be able to go to the grocery store.’

He also seemed to link the drug trade to civil unrest, saying: ‘If you’re not aware, drugs are a very, very big factor in what you’re watching on television at night.’

A campaign aide later clarified that Trump was talking generally about crime rates in inner-cities, and not specifically about the week’s Charlotte flashpoint.

Trump complained that the global TV audience watching the fabric of America’s cities tear itself apart are absorbing a twisted and destructive image of the United States.

‘Our country looks bad to the world,’ he said, ‘especially when we are supposed to be the world’s leader.’

‘How can we lead when we can’t even control our own cities?’

Chaos after man is shot in head during protest in Charlotte

Authorities in Charlotte tried to quell public anger Wednesday after a police officer shot a black man, but a dusk prayer vigil turned into a march that ended with a protester critically wounded by gunfire

Authorities in Charlotte tried to quell public anger Wednesday after a police officer shot a black man, but a dusk prayer vigil turned into a march that ended with a protester critically wounded by gunfire

Trump said law-abiding black voters bear the brunt of lawless rioting – a message calculated toi win over more and more of them 

Trump said law-abiding black voters bear the brunt of lawless rioting – a message calculated toi win over more and more of them

Josh Earnest urges Charlotte protesters to remain peaceful

BAD CHARLOTTE: Violent protesters rampaged through parts of downtown Charlotte Wednesday night as anger continued to build over the deadly police shooting of a man

BAD CHARLOTTE: Violent protesters rampaged through parts of downtown Charlotte Wednesday night as anger continued to build over the deadly police shooting of a man

AFTERMATH: A Charlotte Hornets team store was damaged in Wednesday nights clash, which included looting and numerous arrests

AFTERMATH: A Charlotte Hornets team store was damaged in Wednesday nights clash, which included looting and numerous arrests

BROKEN WINDOWS: A Bank of America location sustained damage

BROKEN WINDOWS: A Bank of America location sustained damage

There was property damage, graffiti, and looting for two consecutive nights in Charlotte

There was property damage, graffiti, and looting for two consecutive nights in Charlotte

A state of emergency has been declared in Charlotte

The Charlotte riots began after a black police officer shot and killed Keith Lamont Scott, a black motorist.

Law enforcement and the man’s family disagree about whether or not he was armed. The police chief said Thursday that video of the shooting won’t be released to the public. but it reportedly shows Scott with a ankle-holstered weapon and making a menacing move toward officers.

A separate police shooting in Tulsa, Oklahoma – involving a black male suspect and a white female officer – drew Trump to question the woman’s judgment on Wednesday, saying in Cleveland that she may have ‘choked’ under pressure.

But a day later in Pittsburgh, Trump appeared more likely to side with ‘the men and women in blue.’

‘Every day police officers risk their lives for, really, complete strangers,’ he said. ‘And every year, many of them will go out on calls nad never return.’

Trump ultimately retreated to the safe ground of insisting on better training for officers in what have become a series of American urban war zones.

‘Police are entrusted with immense responsibility, and we must do everything we can to ensure that they are properly trained, that they respect all members of the public, and that any wrongdoing is always – and it will be by them – vigorously addressed,’ he said. ‘Has to be.’

‘But our men and women in blue – and you know this – our men and women in blue need your support. They need your thanks and they need your gratitude. They are the line separating civilians and civilizaiton from total chaos.’

Trump pledged to make crime reduction a major national priority for the nation if he wins the White House in November.

‘We need a national anti-crime agenda to make our cities safe again,’ he said, citing ‘a 17 per cent increase in violent crime in our 50 largest cities.’

And then, although he spoke to a nearly uniformly white audience, Trump once again focused his rhetoric on black voters.

‘This is a national crisis, and it’s the job of the next President of the United States to work with our governors and mayors,’ he said, ‘to address this crisis and save African-American lives.’

The real estate billionaire called urban turmoil ‘a never-ending problem,’ saying Americans need a ‘spirit of togetherness.’We all have to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes, see things through their eyes, and then get to work fixing our very wounded country.

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