Des Moines, Iowa – It appears in a video uploaded last month to his YouTube channel that Scott Green held a grudge against law enforcement.
Early Wednesday morning an officer was ambushed and killed by Scott Greene while responding to a call. About 20 minutes after the assassination, the officer responding to the shooting was also murdered by Greene. Both officers were shot by Greene while sitting in their patrol cars. He ended up turning himself in to a Department of Natural Resources officer.
A video has been found on Greene’s personal YouTube account which shows that he may have held a grudge against police for a incident that occurred in October. From what we can gather in the video below, Greene showed up to a high school football game with a confederate flag just to start trouble. He stood in front of a group of black people and waved the flag around until someone slapped him in the back of the head, from what Greene says in the video.
Several people went to the police officers who were at the game and reported Greene causing a disturbance. The extremely patient police officers then escorted him off of the property. Greene claims that the officer assaulted him by grabbing his arm and escorting him outside then says that the officer stole his flag. The officers calmly explain to Greene that it’s perfectly fine to express your freedom of speech, but when you are on private property doing it just to cause a disturbance, you can be trespassed.
Greene continues to film the officers and requests a police report be filed for whoever had assaulted him from behind, even though he never saw who did it. The officers tell him that they would be happy to take a report and go talk to the people who were around him, but they are not letting him back onto the property. The officers then give him his flag back and the video ends there.