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June 27, 2017: Nearby lightning-strikes have taken down the live-stream camera.(WARNING GRAPHIC VIDEO RELEASED BY THE CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG POLICE DEPARTMENT IS CONTAINED IN THIS STORY)CHARLOTTE, N. – Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police released the body cam and dash cam video of the Keith Scott shooting Saturday evening. Police say the body worn camera illustrated the footage from the moment it was turned on until officers began rendering first aid to Scott. (WARNING: GRAPHIC VIDEO) Attorneys for the family of Scott held a news conference after the video was released and said the family has more questions than answers after the video was released. "Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Chief Kerr Putney held a news conference Saturday, announcing that the video would be released.The family is satisfied that the video has been released, according to the attorneys."We are delighted as a family that the video has been released, that we have the absolute unfiltered truth," said Ray Dotch, Scott's brother-in-law. "There is no single piece of evidence that proves all the complexity of this case," Putney said.Police say that two plain clothes officers were sitting inside an unmarked police car preparing to serve an arrest warrant in the parking lot of The Village and College Downs when a white SUV pulled in and parked beside them.In a release distributed by CMPD with the evidence, officers witnessed Scott rolling what they believed to be a marijuana "blunt." Police say that the officers did not consider Scott's drug activity to be a priority at the time and resumed warrant operations.