Almost a 18 months ago, Arlane McCree, 28, was shot to death by a police officer while wearing handcuffs. What happened next is unclear, because the police did not turn on their body cameras until later.
On the heels of Derek Chauvin being convicted of murder and manslaughter thanks to video evidence, a new study reveals the real benefit that police body cameras can bring to the public in general.
In the below video, the police can be seen marching through a quiet street ordering everyone into the house. They stop in front of the house of the people filming and open fire when one of the officers screams "Light them up!".According to Minnesota FAQ on the curfew the people had rights to stand on their porch during curfew hours. The governor had explicitly mentioned in a televised address that standing on one's property was perfectly legal.
Windermere Police Officer Jerrell Ogletree has written the following:"On Saturday September 7, 2019 at approximately 1617 hours I, Ofc. J. Ogletree, observed a funeral procession being conducted with a black and gray motorcycle with multiple colored lights, air horn and siren activated while approaching the traffic circle at Maguire Road and Park Avenue. I continued observing when the black and gray motorcycle, traveling west on Park Ave., passed my clearly marked patrol vehicle and proceeded to pass over the double solid yellow center lines with oncoming traffic approaching and traveled within the same lane as a vehicle in the procession. The motorcycle's movement caused the driver to travel outside of their lane of travel.I activated my emergency equipment and conducted...
An arrest of a 12-year-old captured on a police body camera has gone viral when Sacramento Police put a hood over a boy's head. According to the police this hood is a "spit mask" designed to protect police offers and other people in the vicinity.Police Sgt. Vance Chandler indicated that the “spit mask” was used for a specific reason and that it causes no harm to the person wearing it.