Bodycam Video Released Of New Jersey Cop Punching Woman At The Beach

  1. Bodycam Video Released Of New Jersey Cop Punching Woman At The Beach  HuffPost
  2. Police release bodycam video showing officer punching woman on New Jersey beach  CBS News
  3. WATCH: New Jersey police release bodycam video of beach arrest  KABC-TV
  4. Wildwood launches probe after ‘alarming’ video shows cop punching woman on beach  NJ.com
  5. Violent beach arrest shows underage drinking still a Shore thing  NJ.com
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Wildwood mayor says bodycam footage will show NJ cops followed their training during beach arrest

  1. Wildwood mayor says bodycam footage will show NJ cops followed their training during beach arrest  New York Daily News
  2. Video Shows Officer in NJ Punching Woman During Beach Arrest  NBC New York
  3. Police officer punches woman in New Jersey beach arrest video  CNN
  4. 2 Wildwood officers reassigned, investigation launched in case of woman punched on beach by police  Philly.com
  5. Wildwood mayor says woman who was punched in head by a cop ‘refused to comply’  NJ.com
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Police release bodycam video of controversial stop involving Bob Marley's granddaughter

  1. Police release bodycam video of controversial stop involving Bob Marley’s granddaughter  KTRK-TV
  2. ‘If you don’t pay you’ll be arrested’ – Sinister new phone scam targeting Kiwis  TVNZ
  3. Bob Marley’s Granddaughter Says She Was Racially Profiled While Checking Out Of Airbnb  HuffPost
  4. Bob Marley’s granddaughter tied to encounter with Southern California police, unlicensed Airbnb rental  The Mercury News
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Las Vegas shooting: Police bodycam footage reveals moment police blasted their way into Stephen Paddock's hotel room

Las Vegas shooting: Police bodycam footage reveals moment police blasted their way into Stephen Paddock's hotel roomBodycam footage has been released showing the moment police blasted their way into the hotel room from which a gunman had just carried out the most murderous mass shooting in modern US history. Las Vegas officers found Stephen Paddock, who had killed 58 people and injured hundreds more, dead on the floor, surrounded by dozens of weapons, some of which had been modified to inflict as much pain and death as possible. Hours of footage shot by two officers’ body cameras showed what they discovered when they reached the room.


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Bodycam video captures tense moments as police entered Las Vegas gunman's suite

  1. Bodycam video captures tense moments as police entered Las Vegas gunman’s suite  CNN
  2. Bodycam video shows police breaching hotel suite of Las Vegas gunman Stephen Paddock  CBS News
  3. Body-camera video shows police bust into Las Vegas shooter’s room  USA TODAY
  4. Body-camera footage captures tense moments as police officers charge Las Vegas gunman’s suite  Washington Post
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Police bodycam shows Sacramento officers firing 20 shots at unarmed man, thinking he had a gun 

Police bodycam shows Sacramento officers firing 20 shots at unarmed man, thinking he had a gun Two officers shouted for a suspect to show his hands, then shouted “Gun! Gun! Gun!” moments before fatally shooting the man, who turned out to be unarmed, audio from body camera footage released by Sacramento police shows. Footage from body cameras and an overhead helicopter does not clearly depict what the man, who was only holding a mobile phone, was doing in the moments before the police fired on Sunday night. The shooting happened in the backyard of the man’s grandparents’ home, where he was staying. The police did not find a gun at the scene. The Sacramento Police Department said the man, who was black, was seen breaking into at least three vehicles and later into a neighbor’s home. The break-ins were first reported by a 911 call also released by the police. The police said deputies in the helicopter saw the man break a neighbor’s sliding glass door before jumping a fence. The helicopter video does not show the alleged break-in. It picks up as the man is running through a backyard and climbing over a fence into a neighboring property. It shows him looking into a truck in the driveway. The helicopter, flying over the house, then loses sight of the man. It briefly shows him in the backyard as the police are running up the driveway along the side of the house. “Show me your hands – gun!” one officer yells, according to the body camera footage released Wednesday. It is dark outside and a torch from one body camera briefly shows the backyard, but the man is not visible. “Gun, gun, gun,” one of the officers yells before they begin shooting. The helicopter footage shows the man collapsing as they shoot. It’s unclear from the helicopter and body camera video exactly how many shots were fired. Police previously said the officers fired 20 shots. The department had said he advanced toward the officers holding an object extended in front of him. The officers thought he was pointing a handgun, police said. After the shooting, the footage shows the officers taking turns reloading and keeping their guns trained on the man from a distance while they await backup. Victim Stephon Clark Credit: Getty Images When backup arrives, one of the officers who fired says, “We can’t see his left hand.” Someone suggests getting a nonlethal weapon before approaching. “Let’s hit him a couple of times with that before we uh-” the officer says, though it appears the suggestion was heeded. “What’d he have on him?” someone asks. “Something in his hands, it looked like a gun from our perspective,” one officer says. As several officers approach, the man is seen lying face down with an iPhone near his head. He’s handcuffed and the officers discuss performing CPR. The officers who fired are taken to the street, where someone says “Hey mute” and the audio cuts out. The video continues without sound for about two minutes as the officers talk. “Based on the videos alone, I cannot second guess the split-second decisions of our officers and I’m not going to do that,” Mayor Darrell Steinberg said in a statement. “The investigation must be completed. We need more information in addition to the video before we can render any final conclusions.” A police officer points his weapon in this still image captured from police bodycam video footage released by Sacramento Police Department Credit: Sacramento Police Department via REUTERS Steinberg said appropriate questions have been raised about the protocols for using force and rendering emergency aid during police shootings and they must be answered in the investigation. Authorities have not released the man’s name but a woman who said she was his fiancee identified him as Stephon Alonzo Clark, 22, the father of her two sons, ages 1 and 3. The shooting has ignited questions by relatives, activists and others after it turned out he was holding only a mobile phone. “We’re mourning right now and so we need our time to mourn,” Salena Manni, said Wednesday as the family gathered in his grandparents’ home. “He was at the wrong place at the wrong time in his own backyard?” Clark’s grandmother, Sequita Thompson, told The Sacramento Bee . “C’mon now, they didn’t have to do that.” The department could not say how many times Clark was hit, and the coroner’s office was not releasing information until his relatives were notified. The department said the two officers have been with Sacramento police for two and four years, but each has four years’ previous experience with other law enforcement agencies. Both are on paid administrative leave. Clark routinely helped care for his grandparents at their home in south Sacramento, his cousin, Sonia Lewis, told Capitol Public Radio. Black Lives Matter Sacramento called it a police murder and demanded answers. City Councilman Larry Carr decried the loss of life and said police must provide timely information.


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