People started to hate the police because of the political influence the Obama’s administration had.
Lately, every case of a police shooting is investigated and right from the beginning the mains suspect is the police officer.
Yesterday there was a case in Boca Raton Boulevard in the Woodhaven neighborhood.
Bodycam video from an officer-involved shooting on Wednesday showed that 18-year-old Amari Malone was pointing a handgun at officers when he was fatally shot
Worth Star-Telegram reported that the incident occurred at about 5:45 p.m. on Aug. 21.
Fort Worth Interim Police Chief Ed Kraus told reporters at a press conference on Thursday that the 18 year old became a suspect in an Aug. 5 homicide on the west side of the city after he was “seen at the murder scene with a pistol.”
Investigators had information on Malone’s location and officers were on the lookout for the suspect when they spotted him.
Fort Worth Police Sergeant Chris Daniels said officers stopped to try to talk to him, but Malone bolted, according to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.
Bodycam video from both officers showed how quickly the suspect took off when he was approached.
Family and community members reacted with outrage to the news of the fatal shooting.
So Chief Kraus released the bodycam footage less than 24 hours after the incident in an effort to calm people as inflammatory social media post grew.
“We wanted to release enough to dispel some of the misinformation out there and give accurate information of what the officers faced on the scene,” the chief told reporters at the press conference.
Malone’s family has already hired a civil rights attorney to represent them, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reported.
He brushed off the allegations that Malone had recently committed a murder.
“The crime that needs to be investigated right now is the murder of an 18 year old in Fort Worth,” he said.
Malone’s older brother, Bonnell Juvi, said that his sibling didn’t carry a gun and that he doesn’t believe that he would be involved in a murder, KTVT reported.
He said his little brother was “a young black kid getting his act together” who had become a father the week before he died.
Juvi said police didn’t need to shoot Malone, KTVT reported.
“Eventually, stuff like this has got to stop,” he said. “It’s just like an ongoing thing, like over and over and over. They keep pulling young people from out of the community.”
“We want justice,” Juvi told KTVT.
Thank GOD more and more departments are providing officers with BWCs.
I applaud Chief Kraus for releasing the footage less than 24 hours after the event…and, I hope this kind of quick action will be embraced by ALL departments issuing BWCs after an OIS.
The fake “outrage” that comes from family and community members after something like this is documented on video is disgusting.
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