Transcript Of The Keith Lamont Scott Video Shows Exactly What His Wife Went Through

As protests continue to take place in Charlotte, North Carolina, after the police-involved murder of Keith Lamont Scott, new evidence and video has been made available to the public. Scott's wife, Rakeyia, bravely filmed the police encounter on her cellphone, and this transcript from the Scott video shows exactly what she went through during that horrifying experience.

Charlotte were reportedly looking for a suspect with outstanding warrants, but wrongfully approached Scott as that suspect. Charlotte police alleged that Scott had a gun when they approached him, but witnesses and family members say he was unarmed. Scott's family saw police video footage, which was determined to not clearly show whether Scott actually had a gun or if he was reading a book, as has been reported. Charlotte officials decided not to release the video to the public, and a new law banning the release of all police videos, signed by Gov. Pat McCrory, will go into effect Oct. 1.

However, Rakeyia released her cellphone video footage to various outlets, including The New York Times, which have since spread online. Although the video similarly doesn't capture concrete images showing whether Scott was armed, the transcript reveals a harrowing experience for his wife who begged cops not to kill her husband.

Here's the full transcript of the Rakeyia's video, from The New York Times:

OFFICER: Hands up!

RAKEYIA SCOTT: Don’t shoot him. Don’t shoot him. He has no weapon. He has no weapon. Don’t shoot him.

OFFICER: Don’t shoot. Drop the gun. Drop the f--king gun.

RAKEYIA SCOTT: Don’t shoot him. Don’t shoot him.

OFFICER: Drop the gun.

RAKEYIA SCOTT: He didn’t do anything.

OFFICER: Drop the gun. Drop the gun.

RAKEYIA SCOTT: He doesn’t have a gun. He has a T.B.I. (Traumatic Brain Injury).

OFFICER: Drop the gun.

RAKEYIA SCOTT: He is not going to do anything to you guys.

RAKEYIA SCOTT: He just took his medicine.

OFFICER: Drop the gun. Let me get a f--king baton over here. [muffled]

RAKEYIA SCOTT: Keith, don’t let them break the windows. Come on out the car.

OFFICER: [muffled]

OFFICER:Drop the gun.

RAKEYIA SCOTT: Keith! Don’t you do it.

OFFICER: Drop the gun.

RAKEYIA SCOTT: Keith, get out the car. Keith! Keith! Don’t you do it! Don’t you do it! Keith!

OFFICER: Drop the gun.

RAKEYIA SCOTT:Keith! Keith! Keith! Don’t you do it! [SHOTS]

RAKEYIA SCOTT: F--k. Did you shoot him? Did you shoot him? Did you shoot him? He better not be f--king dead. He better not be f--king dead. I know that f--king much. I know that much. He better not be dead. I’m not going to come near you. I’m going to record, though. I’m not coming near you. I’m going to record, though. He better be alive because ... I come You better be alive. How about that? Yes, we here, over here at 50... 50... 9453 Lexington Court. These are the police officers that shot my husband, and he better live. He better live. Because he didn’t do nothing to them.

OFFICER: Is everybody good? Are you good?

RAKEYIA SCOTT: He good. Nobody ... touch nobody, so they’re all good.

OFFICER: You good?

RAKEYIA SCOTT: I know he better live. I know he better live. How about that I’m not coming to you guys, but he’d better live. He better live. You all hear it, you see this, right? He better live.

OFFICER: [muffled]

RAKEYIA SCOTT: He better live. I swear, he better live. Yep, he better live. He better f--king live. He better live. Where is... He better f--king live, and I can’t even leave the damn ... I ain’t going nowhere. I’m staying in the same damn spot. What the f--k. That’s OK. did you all call the police? I mean, did you all call an ambulance?

It's difficult to read the transcript, but by sharing her video, it's clear Rakeyia is trying to share the truth with the public about this unjustified shooting of yet another black civilian.