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Hostage situation in Chinese Hospital, the guy with the knife is shouting he does not want to live any more and is holding a kitchen knife. Appears he lost his kid(s) and couldn't cope with it,

Intoxicated suicidal man shot by police
👌 Top Rated Army Gear ➜ Fort Collins police officers repeatedly shouted "do not make us do this" in the seconds before they shot and killed an intoxicated and suicidal man on the city's outskirts four months ago, newly released video shows. They deployed their Tasers twice. Neither was effective on the 63-year-old man who stood dazed in a driveway, arms at his side, hands clutching a six-inch fillet knife he bought minutes prior at nearby Jax Ranch and Home. Jerry Jackson squared off with officers who responded to a 911 caller reporting that he was pounding on the windows of a vehicle where his wife had taken refuge from Jackson. The man had recently violated multiple restraining orders, and one of his wife's female roommates found Jackson armed with a knife in her home. In the rush to the call, Fort Collins officers responded to the north Fort Collins property just outside their jurisdiction. Walking down the driveway, they encountered Jackson. They tried reasoning with him, calling him by name and pleading with him to drop the knife. Then came the flurry of shots, three blasts from each of the three Fort Collins officers. A split-second cacophony followed immediately by silence. Then blood. Seven of the nine shots hit him. Officers' attempts to keep Jackson alive long enough for emergency medical workers to arrive failed — they suspected efforts would be futile when they called the "code black" and pulled out the Quick-Clot they carry to stop serious bleeding. The entire incident was captured on two officers' body-mounted cameras, the first time in city history that cameras recorded an officer-involved shooting. One video is shot from a camera mounted on an officers' glasses, the other from an officer's shoulder. The video and accompanying audio released Friday by Fort Collins Police Services is among the most complete body-mounted camera footage of an officer-involved shooting in Colorado that has been made public to date. Its release comes amid heightened nationwide scrutiny of officers' use of force and provides additional public insight into the September determination that local officers worked within legal boundaries in fatally shooting Jackson. The Coloradoan obtained the video Friday morning after filing multiple records requests. It shows in detail what happened during the roughly six minutes that passed between when Old Town Fort Collins officers responded to the scene to their efforts to render aid to the dying man as U.S. Highway 287 traffic passed a few steps away during the early evening of Aug. 25. More @ 👌 Raw Leak's Youtube gaming channel ➜ 👍 Raw Leak on Facebook ➜ 👉 Raw Leak's official Discord server : ✋ About the video / Community guidelines ✋ This footage is NOT intended to be violent or glorify violence in any way. We are sharing this footage STRICTLY for the purposes of news reporting and educating. Raw Leak is a channel where we strive to show people the videos that has been left out of the main-stream media. © For copyright issues e-mail ➜ or P.M.

Body cam: murder suspect is stopped by cop, pulls out knife and begs officer to kill him - TomoNews
CINCINNATI — Intense body cam footage from a police officer in Ohio has been released of a near-deadly incident that took place along Interstate 75 on March 29. The footage captures the moment a man reportedly wanted for homicide attempts to stab a cop, gets shot by the cop, and then begs the cop to finish him off. Javier Pablo Aleman was wanted in Baltimore after allegedly stabbing and killing his roommate, 51-year-old Victor Adolfo Serrano, on March 17. The cop wearing the bodycam sure doesn’t have a clue who he’s talking to, but he seems to know something’s not quite right. When questioned, Aleman tells the officer he just got off the bus from Dayton, Ohio, and is waiting for someone to come pick him up. Aleman says he has no ID on him. When asked for a name, the shady-looking character stutters, then says his name is Carlos. Officer Josh Hilling doesn’t quite buy it, and lets him know he’s going to have to subject him to a routine pat down, to make sure he’s got no weapons on him. Unfortunately, Aleman does indeed have a weapon on him, and decides to pull out an eight-inch knife. Aleman threatens Officer Hilling with the knife, apparently not very interested in getting busted. Reacting to the weapon, Officer Hilling shoots Aleman in the abdomen, but that doesn’t stop him. Brandishing the knife, Aleman repeatedly asks the cop to kill him. Officer Hilling instead continues to plead with him, asking Aleman to please drop the blade. Though faced with an aggressive crook wielding a deadly weapon, Hilling resists pulling the trigger again, hoping to calm the man down. Hilling’s backup finally arrives, and after several minutes of heated negotiations, Aleman gives himself up and allows the officers to arrest him. The incident took place on March 29, and Aleman has been in hospital recovering from his lone gunshot wound ever since. ----------------------------------------­--------------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Visit our official website for all the latest, uncensored videos: Check out our Android app: Check out our iOS app: Get top stories delivered to your inbox everyday: Stay connected with us here: Facebook Twitter @tomonewsus Google+ Instagram @tomonewsus

Bodycam Shows Police Successfully Disarm Knife Wielding Man
** Subscribe for more: ** The body camera of a Miami-Dade Police officer captured a tense standoff in November that could have turned deadly for one knife-wielding man. Several officers responded to a residential area of Southwest Miami-Dade, Nov. 15, after a man called 911 threatening to kill police officers. “He’s reaching for something, put it down,” one officer is heard saying as he spots the man from his car. “Put it down. Put it down. You don’t what to get hurt.” The dramatic video released on Wednesday shows officers pleading with a man, who, police believe, was trying to commit suicide by cop. The video shows the man — who will not be identified due to the fact that he suffers from mental issues — standing in the middle of a road holding a knife. Officers surrounded the man, pleading with him to put the knife down. “Put it down, put it down,” the officer wearing the body camera repeatedly said. “You don’t want to get hurt.” He pleaded again with the man, “Sir, listen to me. Put the knife down. We don’t want to hurt you.” Police tried to end the situation without taking the man’s life. The video shows the first-person perspective of the officer pointing his Taser at the man and continue to plead with him. Another officer across the street, with a gun pointed at the suspect, tells bystanders to move away. “Crossfire — get out of the way,” he said. The officers told the man to relax and asked him to talk to them. The suspect, who police believe is an ex-Marine, then tells the officers, “Shoot, shoot.” He told them that he is a father, and then threatened the officer who had a Taser. “I’m a father,” he says, before threatening the officer. “If you keep coming closer you’ll get it. I got a second when it hits me to come back to you. I’ve been shot before.” The officer wearing the body camera then takes a step forward and shoots the man with his Taser. “Check him, check him,” the officer said, after the man fell to the ground. Police took the man into custody and transported him to a hospital for mental health treatment. In his initial call to 911, he told police he was depressed. MDPD officers began wearing the body cameras in May. Now, more than 1,000 officers wear them. Like us on Facebook: Follow us on Twitter: (Disclaimer: Video posted strictly for educational and information purposes only).