>> A quit start to the third night of protest in Charlotte, North Carolina on Thursday, but police aren't taking any chances after two nights of violence. The city announcing a midnight curfew, still under a state of emergency, Reuter's Andy Sullivan reports from the scene.>> It's a mix of black and white, old and young.
There's a lot of clergy, a lot of local residents, but also Black Lives Matter activists in from out of state. The police right now are just looking on, there's riot police and police on bicycles and National Guard as well. However, they have issued a warning that this is an unlawful assembly and people could be liable for arrest at any time.
>> Authorities now investigating Wednesday night's violent protests. One man shot in the crowd later dying from his injuries, 9 others injured and 44 arrested. Riots broke broke out after 43 year old Keith Scott was shot dead by police early this week. The latest to stir up tension in the US over use of deadly force against black men.
Police say he was holding a gun, his family say he was actually only holding a book. Scott's family viewed two police videos of the shooting on Thursday, a lawyer for the family says it was unclear if he was holding a gun when he was killed. Now they're calling on authorities to make the videos public as police brace for another possible night of chaos.