In the wake of Freddie Gray's death, while in Baltimore police custody, City Prosecutor Marilyn Mosby quickly filed charges against six police officers. Now they've been indicted on various charges. Based on inconsistencies reported from the outset, one wonders whether these charges and indictments were merely eyewash to get infuriated Baltimore residents and outside … [Read more...] about Petulant Police & Politics
The egregious, senseless murder of his eldest son forced Bill to become a national advocate for life-saving police reform.
We've confirmed that the so-called "missing" Costco security-system video of my son's fatal shooting in 2010 has been seen by numerous Las Vegas police officers, and definitely exists at Costco's headquarters. This new Facebook page gives honest, conscientious employees an avenue to get a copy of that video data to me. Please help spread the word about this critical portal. … [Read more...] about “Missing” Costco Security Video of Erik Scott Shooting
Taser International - AXON Body Camera The following testimony was presented to the Nevada State Assembly's Government Affairs Committee on March 31, 2015: Nevada State Assembly Bill AB403 Testimony — William B. Scott My eldest son, Erik Scott, might be alive today, if Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Dept. officers had been required to wear body … [Read more...] about Testimony: Mandate BodyCams on Nevada Police Officers
Lt. Col. Michael Bell and William B. Scott were interviewed by Ed Berliner on NewsmaxTV's "Midpoint" show. Discussion focused on the application of proven aviation-sector protocols and practices to the law enforcement community as a means to deter police officers from shooting and killing innocent citizens. https://youtu.be/qfg0RaNsZow … [Read more...] about NewsmaxTV “Midpoint” Interview – March 18, 2015
In the wake of grand jury decisions to not indict two police officers, who killed Michael Brown and Eric Garner, persistent protests erupted across the United States. These led to senseless attacks against police officers, including two New York City cops, killed as they sat in their patrol car. Unfortunately, such reprehensible, inexcusable shootings were predictable—and will … [Read more...] about LAW ENFORCEMENT IS FIFTY YEARS BEHIND AVIATION