October 18th, 2010

Monday morning quarterbacking

Posted in Videos by 200

Footage from the dash-cam of a Louisiana police car in 2003, someone ends up getting shot.

Does the second video from another squad car’s camera change whatever opinion you’ve formed of the first video at all?

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Use your mouse to highlight the space between the arrows below to reveal what was in the suspect’s hands

>> a mobile phone <<

Does that alter your opinion any?

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7 comments

  1. Oi says:

    Nope.
    I just sorry for the cops concerned.
    Its dark, he’s carrying an object, wont stop for police. [either in vehicle or on foot] simple – author of own misfortune. Terminally stupid.

    October 19th, 2010 at 01:26

  2. Jimbo Jones says:

    I notice he “brandished” his phone as if it was a gun and in the relative darkness I imagine it would look like it expecially if you weren’t looking directly at it and just saw a flash out of the corner of your eye.

    October 19th, 2010 at 07:43

  3. Zac Smith says:

    Awful shhoting

    October 19th, 2010 at 08:06

  4. simon says:

    One less idiot removed from the gene pool, hopefully before he had time to breed.

    October 19th, 2010 at 09:11

  5. Fee says:

    Well … it’s easy to see how he ended up getting shot. I couldn’t identify it as a mobile, and I’m sitting in front of a large screen in a well-lit room. In the dark, after a chase and clearly refusing to do as he’s been told by armed police officers, that’s just dumb.

    October 19th, 2010 at 11:00

  6. shijuronotgeorgedixon says:

    Our officrs would be going to court for that one…

    but, hey… we are a more ‘civilised’ country…eh…

    October 19th, 2010 at 16:49

  7. Ben says:

    @Shijuro: When did an armed response officer in England last have to justify shooting someone in a criminal trial?

    Serious question – I have never heard of one, but do tell.

    Otherwise I will continue to think that if no-one went to court for Jean-Charles de Menezes, they won’t go to court for *anything*.

    Heck, nobody went to court for the lying and destruction of evidence afterwards either.

    October 19th, 2010 at 20:40

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