Lyric YourAdorable Scott
Lyric YourAdorable Scott
Lyric Scott is the daughter of Keith Lamont Scott, the man who was shot to death by Police Officer Brentley Vinson in University City, Charlotte, North Carolina during an encounter where he refused to drop an illegal gun. She studies Dental hygiene at the University of Georgia. His family has said that he was disabled and his wife said that he suffered a tramautic brain injury that he take medication for.
On September 20th, 2016, during the afternoon, disabled man Mr. Scott, was supposedly reading his book inside his car at the parking lot near the vicinity of The Village at College Downs complex on Old Concord Road in a University City apartments. Reading a book inside of his car is a purportedly daily activity that Mr. Scott practiced.
The police were on the search for someone who had an outstanding Search warrant in the area. According to police reports, they had seen Lyric's father leave the vehicle with a firearm. The police said that he posed "an imminent deadly threat" to Police Officer Brentley Vinson who fired at Lyric's father during an encounter in which he was repeatedly told to "drop the gun" and in which his wife kept telling him "don't do it, don't do it". It was the last of a long string of criminal acts he was involved in, some violent and resulting in extensive jail time.
The police officers quickly called for Medic to perform Cardiopulmonary resuscitation. When he was taken to Carolinas Medical Center, he was pronounced dead.
Police have stated that they recovered the firearm the assailant was holding when they shot him, just before 4 p.m. in the afternoon.
The police interviewed witnesses and reviewed footage captured of the incident.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department Internal Affairs Bureau will conduct a separate but parallel investigation to determine if the cops followed procedures.
Lyric YourAdorable Scott video records on Facebook Live most of what happened moments after it was announced that her father was shot. She demonstrates her devastation and injustice in a profanity laced tirade. Lyric, the rest of her family, and other members of the community, encounter the cops asking for an explanation. The scene erupted into a protest by family members and some of the community members near the vicinity.
“The police just shot my daddy four times for being black...
They tased him first and then shot him.”
She also claimed, falsely, that he didn't have a gun.
And many of his family members have said that Mr. Scott does not own any weapons.