Scott was convicted in April 2004 of a misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon charge in Mecklenburg County. Other charges stemming from that date were dismissed: felony assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, and misdemeanors assault on a child under 12, assault on a female and communicating threats.
In April 2015 in Gaston County Court, Scott was found guilty of driving while intoxicated.
In 1992, Scott was charged in Charleston County, S.C., with several different crimes on different dates, including carrying a concealed weapon (not a gun), simple assault and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He pleaded guilty to all charges.
Scott also was charged with aggravated assault in 1992 and assault with intent to kill in 1995. Both charges were reduced, but the disposition of the cases is unclear.
Emphasis in the original. So this Boy Scout/Choir Boy hops out of his car during a traffic stop with a gun in his hand, and the police do what police do when you jump out of your car with a gun. But who's the cop?
The Charlotte Observer provides this profile of Officer Vinson. From it, we learn that he grew up in Charlotte, was a football star in high school, and dreamed of becoming a police officer like his father.
Vinson was all-conference in football as a high school junior, but was unable to play during his senior year due to a serious knee injury. The next year, he played at a prep school, earning a scholarship to Liberty University.
At Liberty, Vinson studied criminal justice. He became a captain of the football team and led it in tackles as a senior in 2012.
In 2014, Vinson joined the Charlotte-Mecklenburg police force. He has not been subject to any disciplinary action, according to personnel records released by the police department.
So we have a black cop and a black Dindu Nuffin involved in this. Even though the cop was black, the feral population does not care, they have a narrative to uphold, so riots, looting and vandalism commence.
And this is why I will never live in or around a black community.
That ain't racism, that's just plain old common sense.