No **** the cops ain't talking, it's an active case and they are prohibited from discussing it. Duh.
Be sure to work hard and get lots of overtime. People on welfare want more steaks and free upgrades to smart phones with unlimited data packages.
Senior Airman Elio Carrion, 21, was listed in good condition at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in Colton. He was shot three times in the chest, ribs and leg, his father-in-law, Ernesto Paz, told KTLA-TV.
Carrion was a passenger in a Corvette that crashed into a wall following the brief chase, authorities said.
The dark, grainy videotape shows Carrion lying on the ground next to the car, talking to a silhouetted officer who is pointing a gun at him. Carrion supports himself on one arm and his face is brightly lit by the officer's flashlight.
Carrion is heard telling the officer he is unarmed and is in the military.
At one point, a voice is heard saying several times: "Get up."
Carrion says: "I'm gonna get up." As he rose, at least four shots were fired and Carrion collapsed.
Investigators from the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department took the original tape, refusing to release it to the public or describe what it shows.
Tape Shows Police Shooting Unarmed Airman
An Alabama police chief has determined that one of his officers used “appropriate force,” when the cop arrived at the scene of a traffic accident and immediately shot an apparently unarmed Air Force airman.
The airman, 20-year-old Michael Davidson, was shot in the chest and nearly bled out before receiving medical aid, according to the Raw Story.
Davidson was driving to Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in Goldsboro, North Carolina. He may have been driving erratically, according to the Ledger-Enquirer.
After clipping another vehicle, he pulled over to exchange insurance information with the other driver.
Eventually, Officer Phillip Hancock arrived on scene. Accounts differ as to what happened next.
Davidson’s father claimed that Hancock shot his son almost immediately.
“They couldn’t have been there three or four seconds when I was shot,” said Davidson, according to his father’s account.
Police Chief John McEachern, on the other hand, said that Hancock did not not fire until coming to the erroneous conclusion that Davidson was a threat.
Hancock ordered Davidson to put his hands on his head, and then fired, according to McEachern.
Read more: Cop arrives at traffic accident, shoots Air Force airman, chief calls it 'appropriate force' | The Daily Caller
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Bet the shot man was a police informant and the cop needed to clean up loose ends. Why else would you shoot a man in the back??? The cop couldnt be that jaded to just execute him on whim could he? Like... "ok guy is subdued. ehhhhhh. I think I rather kill him"
Is society was made of coral our world would be floral.
We have been witnessing the dawn of a new era of policing in the United States for several years now and we're seeing - from the MSM, local media, print media & social media - the implementation of a new doctrine: Shock & Awe w/ Overwhelming Force.
Incidents like this & other controversial ones will continue to occur on a frequent basis.