Walmart Surveillance Video Release Proves Police Executed African American Holding Toy Gun
Surveillance video from the Beavercreek Walmart has finally been released and it clearly shows that the shooting of John Crawford, 22, by Ohio police officers was far from justified.
(Article by Jackson Marciana and Abu Hussein)
CCN - In spite of this, today at 11:30 am, the special Greene County Grand Jury declined to hand down an indictment against two police officers involved in the Beavercreek Walmart shooting.
This grand jury was composed of nine jurors, and there needed to be at least seven jurors in agreement to indict. The jury, however, declined to indict Sergeant David Darkow and Officer Sean Williams on any criminal charges.
The video clearly shows that Crawford was not aiming the toy gun at anyone, as the 911 caller had falsely claimed. Officers can be seen in the video, shooting first and asking questions later. In fact, shots were first fired before any officers are even in the video frames.
Crawford had simply been talking on the phone to the mother of his child, when police approached and shot without warning. He appears to get up after being shot, trying to run away, and police continuously fire round after round into him until he is left dead on the floor of Walmart.
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