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Louisiana: Newly Released Video Shows Cops Killing 6-Year-Old Boy | Democracy Now!: Meanwhile, in Louisiana, a judge has released body camera video showing police officers shooting into a car and killing a six-year-old child in September 2015. The boy, Jeremy Mardis, was in first grade. He was killed on site after being hit by five bullets. Authorities say the marshals began chasing the car after seeing an argument between a man and a woman. When the car chase ended at a dead-end street, the marshals approached the car and opened fire. The video shows the driver, Christopher Few, with his hands in the air. The Louisiana State Police superintendent said the video is "the most disturbing thing I’ve seen." Two U.S. marshals involved in the shooting are on trial facing second-degree murder charges.

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