Yesterday, 03:49 AM
The body cam video shows what could be a gun holster on Keith's ankle. The PD released a photo of the holster. To me this means there was a higher chance of Keith having a gun. I don't think the videos are clear enough to know whether he had a gun in his hands or not. It's possible he had one in his hands and was making nonverbal movements that led the officer to feel threatened which eventually led to the shooting.
Why didn't Keith listen to the officer to drop the gun if he had one? Why didn't Keith raise his arms in the air to surrender?
I'm not saying the officer should've shot him, I wish there was a way to diffuse the situation without shooting him.