Again, a lack of professionalism and training. Again, a total disregard for human life.
I can’t get the video to play. After the advert, the video is blank. However, the thumbnail shows that, in spite of darkness the officers mention, the window by Stephon has the light on and the officers are no more than around 15ft away.
Each officer fired 10 times. That’s 30 rounds, with only 8 hits. Where did the remaining 22 rounds go? They could have hit anyone. From what I understand, a soldier with such a low strike rate would be unfit for purpose.
Why is there a need to “discuss” CPR? Why does the discussion need to be “muted”? I mean, if you acted in good faith, there shouldn’t be anything to hide, right?
This is manslaughter in the very least.
I saw this on the BBC and thought you should see it:
Stephon Clark: Police shot unarmed man ‘7 times in back’ – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-43598831