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New Video Shows Moments Before Keith Scott's Death: 'He Doesn't Have A Gun'

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Rakeyia Scott, the wife of Keith Scott, used the camera on her cell phone to film the moments before police fatally shot her husband in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The video, which is graphic and features strong language, doesn't show the shooting itself.

It also doesn't reveal whether Scott was holding a gun, as police have claimed.

In the video, Scott pleads with police to not shoot her husband. She said,

Meanwhile, you can hear police yelling,

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Scott then said,

She then pleads with her husband to get out of the car and comply with police orders.

At one point, right before police opened fire, she said,

But it's unclear what he was doing in this moment.

Scott continued to record after her husband was shot. She said,

Police then told her not to come any closer. She complied but told them she would continue to record, saying,

Police then ask one another if everyone is "good."

The video ends with Scott asking the officers whether they've called an ambulance for her husband. She says,

Charlotte city officials have refused to release the police video of the shooting because they don't want to "jeopardize the investigation."

There have been ongoing protests in Charlotte over the shooting this week, with many demanding the tape be released.

Watch Rakeyia Scott's video above. Warning: Some viewers might find it distressing.