>> Tight security at the Carolina Panthers football game in Charlotte Sunday in response to more protests over the shooting death of a black man by police. But demonstrators at the arena remained peaceful a day after authorities released police dashcam video of their confrontation with 43 year old Keith Scott.
Reuters Robert McMillan is outside the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte. There's a growing number of protestors arriving today to make their point heard at the game. This follows several nights of protests, mainly in the evening and some by day in Charlotte. They managed to shut the center part of the city down for quite some time.
Get a lot of people to work from home. Keep restaurants shut as they've been marching demanding answers about the police shooting of Keith Scott. As well as to bring attention to the Black Lives Matter movement, as well as what they see as a disenfranchisement, of course of black people in the United States and a long line of police killings of black men.
>> Law enforcement officials from the start maintained Scott had a gun and posed a threat, but his family has denied those claims.>> He has no weapon, don't shoot him.>> Protesters have taken to the streets of Charlotte every night since then, calling for authorities to release the video of the incident.
Police who initially refused those demands relented Saturday night. Making public this footage showing Scott getting out of his vehicle and taking a step backwards before being shot.>>
The video does not prove the claim by authorities that Scott had a gun. The police chief says other evidence from the scene does provide a more complete picture, but a lawyer for the victim's family disagrees.
When you look at this dash cam footage, when you look at the time frame between Mr. Scott stepping out of his vehicle to the moment he unfortunately passes away on the pavement. It appears as though he's not aggressively moving towards law enforcement, he's actually doing the opposite, he's passively stepping back.
>> The protests outside the football game come as players across the NFL have staged demonstrations against police violence towards minorities during the National Anthem. The Panthers had so far not participated. But on Sunday, safety Marcus Ball reportedly stood with his fist raised while the song played.