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Brutal Body Cam Video Shows Police Kill Unarmed Man With Headphones On | Neon Nettle


Brutal Body Cam Video Shows Police Kill Unarmed Man With Headphones On | Neon Nettle: Taylor, along with his brother and cousin, were walking out of the 7-Eleven which happened to be the area that police were searching for a suspect who was allegedly brandishing a gun. The young men, unfortunately, matched the description of the suspects.

Upon arrival of the police officers three of the men were ordered to stop and show their hands, two of them complied, but Taylor, who was walking in the opposite direction with head phones on, was followed and ordered to show his hands by officer Bron Cruz. Taylor failed to comply with the officers orders at which point he was shot twice in the chest.

The video, which only released an edited version which cut out after the shots were fired, was released in September last year.

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