If you watch the video, you can see the pole camera being remotely moved, got to wonder who's doing that and why they also didn't stop it.
well....i saw all 4 videos, however, i did miss the first 4 minutes, at the traffic stop itself, and the kid running away.
from what i gathered, the cops tried yanking him from the car.
he ran, he feared for his life, and many of the desk anchors some of who are black said, they'd have run too.
i think it was said that the pole camera was on some sort of motion detector?
maybe i heard wrong, so IF there was a person at the control? why didn't THAT person call for a supervisor?
it was a very galling last video, from above that pole.
when anyone is hurt, 1 minute seems like 1 hour
that young man was in terrible pain for well over 30 minutes, going into and out of consciousness. a well known doctor a neurosurgeon, Dr. Gupta, said the young man's brain had already started to swell..
to this day, i try to respect the job of the police, as it is an incredibly difficult job. i do believe there are more GOOD cops, than rouge cops. the conversations they were having with each other, for all that time, suggested they were trying to get their "stories straight" for their actions.
in the end, a young man was brutally beaten, and for a reason or reasons we do not know.
he NEVER tried reaching for any officers gun, he NEVER displayed a gun or other weapon. the videos CLEARLY showed that.
i seriously hope each rouge cop is found guilty, and sent off to prison, where someday, i can only hope, they each meet a fate 1,000 times MORE painful than Tyre Nichols ever went through.
it was heart-wrenching even for someone like me, at my age and jaded at times, and painful to watch the city councilman breakdown on live tv, trying to answer some questions from a reporter.