Video shows officers bumping car, quickly firing on driver

Police video shows officers bumping a vehicle on a Georgia interstate to get it to stop and then almost right away shooting on the Black motorist, who climbed out a window and ran across the interstate and down an embankmentBy KATE BRUMBACK Associated PressApril 15, 2022, 9:06 PM – 5 minutes readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleATLANTA– Police video launched Friday reveals officers bumping a car on a Georgia interstate to get it to stop and then practically instantly shooting on the Black driver, who climbed out a window and ran throughout the highway and down an embankment.The dashcam and body-worn camera video was released by lawyers for Devin Nolley, who state their client was disabled from the neck down after officers shot him in the legs and back in December 2018. Officers in the unmarked car and 2 marked police patrol cars followed the sedan to a grocery shop parking lot and uniformed officers got out and approached the car.The driver of the Nissan, later recognized as Nolley, reversed into the unmarked police vehicle, and uniformed officers fired their weapons at the vehicle, the GBI said in a news release at the time. The officer fires at the cars and truck as it drives off and a 2nd officer runs into the video frame with a weapon drawn. The negligent conduct charge and the other violation of oath count stem from the officers firing their guns at the shopping center, where they threatened the safety of a female, the indictment says.The GBI stated at the time of the shooting that one of the rounds fired at the shopping center struck a drug store in a different lot and a woman was cut by falling glass.Filed in Fulton County State Court in October 2019, Nolleys lawsuit originally named Etienne and Varner, as well as the East Point Police Department, the city of East Point, a South Fulton cops officer, the South Fulton Police Department and the city of South Fulton.

Cops video shows officers bumping a car on a Georgia interstate to get it to stop and then almost instantly firing on the Black motorist, who climbed out a window and ran across the interstate and down an embankmentBy KATE BRUMBACK Associated PressApril 15, 2022, 9:06 PM – 5 minutes readShare to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this articleATLANTA– Police video released Friday shows officers bumping a car on a Georgia interstate to get it to stop and then almost right away shooting on the Black motorist, who climbed up out a window and ran across the highway and down an embankment.The dashcam and body-worn video camera video was launched by legal representatives for Devin Nolley, who state their customer was disabled from the neck down after officers shot him in the legs and back in December 2018. Officers in the unmarked cars and truck and two significant police patrol automobiles followed the sedan to a grocery store parking lot and uniformed officers got out and approached the car.The chauffeur of the Nissan, later determined as Nolley, reversed into the unmarked authorities vehicle, and uniformed officers fired their weapons at the automobile, the GBI said in a news release at the time. The careless conduct charge and the other offense of oath count stem from the officers firing their weapons at the shopping center, where they endangered the security of a woman, the indictment says.The GBI stated at the time of the shooting that one of the rounds fired at the shopping center hit a drug shop in a different lot and a female was cut by falling glass.Filed in Fulton County State Court in October 2019, Nolleys suit originally called Etienne and Varner, as well as the East Point Police Department, the city of East Point, a South Fulton police officer, the South Fulton Police Department and the city of South Fulton.

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