However, the experts also identified instances in which the officers were potentially seconds away from injury, although they may have appeared safe to the untrained eye.Understanding these nuances, the experts said, could help guide society to appropriate reforms and improve relations between police and the communities they serve. But a lot of times, there is a backstory we don’t know about.Browse files Categories New today New recently Latest files Top files Tag search Files of the month Files without tags Add a file Manage your files Manage files you have access to Tracking centre Download history You can feel free to make translations, upload this to other sites, and generally share this with anyone you like without asking for permission so long as you don't try and make any money from this mod.I only ask that you make sure to give me credit for this work.Suspect killed: James Boyd Race: White When: March 16, 2014Where: Albuquerque, New Mexico Footage from: Police-worn body camera What happened: Dashboard camera footage showed Scott running away from his vehicle after North Charleston police officer Michael Slager pulled Scott over for a broken brake light.In the following minutes, recorded on a bystander’s cellphone, Slager caught up to Scott in an open field, and after a short struggle, Scott, who was unarmed, broke free and began to run away. Slager was fired from his job and faces a felony murder charge.
In one case, now six months old, the two officers involved still haven’t been questioned by investigators.Johnson and Gavin Eugene Long staged ambush-style attacks in Dallas and Baton Rouge, respectively, that left eight officers dead in the span of 11 days.Johnson was explicit about his reasons for targeting police, Dallas officials said: He told police negotiators that he was seeking vengeance for recent police shootings of African Americans.Officers in the five other cases have been absolved of wrongdoing via local or state proceedings.(One of those five cases is currently under review by the US Department of Justice.) Three of the 24 officers total who were involved in the 13 cases are currently facing criminal charges.