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According to a press release from the bureau, the Georgia Tech campus police received a 911 call of a 'person with a knife and a gun' at 11.17pm Saturday night.
The release says Schultz was 'not cooperative and would not comply with the officers commands.
They say Scout Schultz, 21, who identified as gender non-binary, wouldn't have died if police had used de-escalating tactics and non-lethal measures according to 11 Alive.
They have hired trial attorney L Chris Stewart to represent them ahead of the investigation into Schultz's death, which came after they were filmed walking toward police - who issued several warnings to drop what the cops believed was a knife.
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In January 2015 she started work for a centre think tank called Parliament Street as head of events.
She completed an LLB law degree at the University of Westminster and wants to work in commercial law.
She has worked at a family run solicitors in Devon and law firm Family Law in Partnership in London.Non-binary means the individual does not identify as male or female.Their father, Bill, wrote about the shooting on Facebook and said Schultz had a 'tiny knife.''[Police] didn't have to shoot [Scout] in the heart, but that's what they did,' he wrote.The student from Lilburn, Georgia, was studying engineering and had plans to go to grad school and eventually have a career in making biomedical devices.Schultz, born male, identified as bisexual, non-binary and intersex, Lynne said.Schultz's father has claimed that his child - who preferred to be referred to as 'they' and 'them' rather than gendered pronouns - had been holding a 'tiny knife'.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating