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Cop Records Himself Shooting Man For Running Away

 

 

 

 

 

 

” The Muskogee, Oklahoma Police Department just released the video from a fatal on-duty police shooting Friday. The whole thing was captured by an officer’s body camera, and what it shows is horrifying.

  Officer Chansey McMillin can be seen shooting and killing 21-year-old Terence D. Walker back on January 17th. The only observable reason why he as shot was for running from police who confronted him.

  The video documents what otherwise might have been in dispute, that Officer McMillin fired five shots at Walker when the suspect stopped to pick up an item he dropped while running away.”

 

    While the object that Walker dropped may or may not have been a gun , what we saw in the video was a fleeing suspect stop , bend down to retrieve something , and then continue running away . We did not see the suspect turn towards the officer or make any threatening moves .

 

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Body Cam Video Shows Cop Shooting Man Dead After Complying With Demands

 

 

 

 

 

 

” At :46 of a minute into the video, Salt Lake City police officer Bron Cruz is ordering a man to remove his hands from inside his pants.

  At :50 into the video, the man removes at least one hand from inside his pants, lifting up his shirt, showing no gun.

  At :51, the officer shoots him dead.

  That was enough for Utah prosecutors to justify the shooting of 20-year-old Dillon Taylor outside a convenience store August 11.

  The shooting was captured on the officer’s body cam. Prosecutors say the video showed his other hand remained inside his pants but it’s not clear in the video.

  According to the Associated Press:

  Officer Cruz yells, “Get your hands out now,” pointing his gun at Taylor. “Get your hands out.”

“ No fool,” Taylor responds, before lifting up his shirt with his left hand — his right hand in the waistband.

“ Get ‘em out,” Cruz yells even louder.

  Then, he fires two shots. Taylor crumbles to the ground, hit in the chest and stomach. He died at the scene. “

 

 

Below is a frame by frame explanation from the Salt Lake City DA , Sam Gill .

 

 

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