Protests in Charlotte, North Carolina, started after the police mistakenly shot and killed black man Keith Scott. Demonstrators gathered at the place of shooting at night and things soon turned sour between the crowd and the police
Condemning both sides of the Charlottesville conflict, Trump says things that are true and the establishment finds uncomfortable, says former US diplomat Jim Jatras. Brian Becker of the ANSWER coalition argues that Trump is “emotionally with KKK.”
Authorities in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, have decided not to charge the Charlotte police officer who shot and killed Keith Lamont Scott, 43, in September. The black man's death prompted several days of protests that at times turned violent.
As Charlotte protests turned peaceful over the weekend, the mayor responded by lifting the curfew. But demonstrators were still out in full force, protesting outside an NFL game, which prompted the deployment of additional officers.