Black man laying down
They consider that anytime someone has a gun, they're seconds from randomly spraying bullets in all directions. Police say the man was spotted breaking at least three vehicle windows Sunday night. Isn't there an intermediate possibility that the guns were loaded, but no round chambered, so that they would have still needed to draw the bolt to fire while hardly being "useless"? Where's the unedited cell phone video? I just don't understand the level we hold cops to.
Florida police shoot black man lying down with arms in air
Both officers have been taken off active duty. While lying on his back in the street with his arms in the air, Charles Kinsey told police that he was a behavioral therapist caring for the autistic patient who sat next to him. Kinsey stated that he was trying to convince his patient to obey officers' commands. Interesting thread on the newfound dominance of Dollar stores across much of America. Kinsey stated that after being shot, police turned him on his back, handcuffed him, and left him bleeding on the road for 20 minutes. On July 18, , shortly before 5: His fiancee, Salena Manni, the mother of his sons, ages 1 and 3, said his first name was Stephon.
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Every time I watch the video, it makes me sick to my stomach. I think we definitely need to keep open a Navy base or two in Italy and Japan. The video also shows both men on the ground surrounded by officers. In any other occupation you would be fired on the spot and in the last case jailed and charged with dereliction of duty. In an interview with the TV station, Kinsey said he was more worried about his patient than himself during the incident. On July 18, , shortly before 5: But, yes, we did want justice for my brother, and we feel that we have gotten a sense of justice.
But Clark was only found with a cell phone, and body cam videos show the moment one officer screams, "Show me your hands! Had Scott lived, he most assuredly would've been held accountable by a court of law for refusing to obey the officer's commands. Police in South Florida Thursday said they were investigating an officer who shot and wounded an autistic man's caretaker, as video emerged apparently showing the caretaker lying down with his arms raised before being shot. Police haven't released the name or race of the officer who shot him but said he's been placed on administrative leave, which is standard. Kinsey, who was not seriously wounded and was expected to go home on Thursday, told local news station WSVN that he asked the officer why he shot at him.