A new video has emerged of the moment Georgia Tech student Scout Schultz was fatally shot by a campus police officer.
The police killing of a university student suffering from depression has sparked unrest on campus and opened another chapter in the debate over use of deadly force by American law enforcement. Scout Schultz, a fourth-year computer engineering...Show More Summary
Violence breaks out on the Atlanta campus as lawyers debate the use of force in Scout Schultz's killing.
Tyler Beck, who joined the police department in 2016, shot Scout Schultz once in the chest.
Officers on the campus carry pepper spray, but they are not trained to carry stun guns.
Hundreds of people gathered at Georgia Tech Plaza on Monday to remember Scout Schultz, the 21-year-old leader of the campus Pride Alliance who was shot and killed by police late Saturday.
Three people were arrested Monday night during a protest after a vigil for a Georgia Tech student who was fatally shot by campus police, a university spokesman said. Police shot and killed Scout Schultz late Saturday night after the 21-year-old student called 911 to report an armed and possibly...
A vigil for slain Georgia Tech student Scout Schultz devolved into chaos Monday night forcing the school to tell students to seek shelter.
The Georgia Tech community held a vigil on Monday in honor of a student shot and killed by police late Saturday. Campus police killed Scout Schultz, 21, who they said was advancing on officers with a knife. (Sept. 18)
Scout Schultz posed no threat to officers, and the blade he was carrying wasn't even extended when he was fatally shot, an attorney said.
Scout Schultz, 21, was shot dead over the weekend and now his family asks police why they used deadly force
Scout Schultz, 21, the president of the gay and transgender student group, left behind suicide notes, was carrying a knife and yelled “shoot me” at the officers. One did.
The shooting death of Scout Schultz continues to reverberate.
HRC mourns the loss of LGBTQ activist Scout Schultz, who was shot and killed by Georgia Tech campus police over the weekend. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Schultz, 21, was barefoot and carrying a knife during the incident that happened Saturday evening. Witnesses captured the tragic moments on cell phone between Schultz and police. Show More Summary
A young LGBT leader is dead after an incident with police on Saturday evening — one that sounds like it was tragically mishandled. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports Scout Schultz approached four Georgia Tech police officers yelling, "Shoot me!" while brandishing a pocket knife — whose blade, according to photos, wasn't even extended. After numerous commands to drop [...]
Viewer Discretion Advised: The 4th year engineering student and president of the campus Pride Alliance, was shot after approaching officers while holding a knife.
Family members of Georgia Tech student Scout Schultz say they plan to file a civil rights lawsuit after the 21-year-old was fatally shot by campus police on Saturday night.
Police in the U.S. state of Georgia have shot and killed an LGBT student activist, leading to an independent investigation. Police encountered Scout Schultz at a campus in Atlanta after a call about "a person with a knife and a gun" late on Saturday, officials say. Show More Summary
“Why did you have to shoot?" asked the father of 21-year-old Scout Schultz.
Scout Schultz allegedly continued to advance on officers with the Georgia Tech Police Department outside a dormitory just after midnight Sunday.