Maryland State Trooper draws gun on speeding motorcyclist

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Police Release Videos of Fatal Shooting
👍 Raw Leak on Facebook ➜ 👌 Best dashcam on Amazon ➜: Grafton County, NH - Redacted police body camera videos of a fatal police shooting in Grafton County that were released Friday show a knife-wielding 41-year-old New Hampshire man running away from officers in July before turning back toward them when he saw that they were in pursuit. Three videos taken from body cameras worn by the Haverhill officers — the two worn by Ryan Jarvis and Greg Collins, who confronted and shot Hagen Esty-Lennon, and a third worn by Sgt. Wallace Trott, who arrived at the scene a short time later — and a video captured by a dashboard camera in a parked police cruiser were released by the Attorney General’s Office Friday following a judge’s order. The portions of the body camera videos that showed the shots being fired and the moments immediately afterward were redacted, but the entire encounter was shown in the video from the dashcam of the cruiser, which was parked a significant distance from the confrontation. The Haverhill officers were responding to reports of a man who had crashed his car into an abandoned bridge and was walking away. Prior to the shooting, the videos show Jarvis and Collins coming upon Esty-Lennon walking toward where they parked their cruisers on Route 302 in Bath, N.H. He had a large red blood stain on his shirt and appeared to have suffered a self-inflicted knife wound. In the videos, Esty-Lennon ignores the commands that the officers shout at him for about 60 seconds, starting with asking him to stop and put his hands up, then escalating to repeatedly shouting at him to “drop the knife.” About 30 seconds into the encounter, Esty-Lennon stops walking toward the officers, turns and jogs in the opposite direction, at which point the officers pursue him on foot. As Esty-Lennon looks over his shoulder and see the officers, he turns around and runs toward them. He appears to lunge or stumble in close proximity to the officers, and then the redacted body camera videos cut away. It is unclear whether shots had been fired at that point. More videos ➜ 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. Caught on Dashcams or CCTV is a channel where we strive to show people the videos that has been left out of the main-stream media. If you'd like to keep up to date be sure to join us and subscribe.

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CAUGHT ON TAPE: Officer Shot In The Head During Shootout, El Cajon
EL CAJON - August 21, 2011 - An El Cajon Police officer is shot right in front of a news camera. The entire incident is caught on camera including the shots fired, officer rescue, SWAT standoff, house fire, helicopter water drops and more. The suspect, Kevin Collier, shot his 1-year old daughter and his mother-in-law. Police arrived and surrounded the home (including our photog). Officers were then met with gunfire from the suspect who had a rifle. Officer Jarred Slocum was leaning over the bed of a pickup truck with only his head exposed. He was struck in the left temple and the bullet exited the rear of his skull. He was NOT shot in the neck, as it appears and was initially perceived in the heat of the moment. The suspect then set the house on fire before shooting himself. The fire department could not approach the home because officers could not confirm if the suspect was dead or not. Firefighters are not going to walk up to a home with the possibility of a man inside with a rifle. Officers requested Mercy Air for transport, but instead took the wounded officer by ground in a patrol car as it would be quicker. This was on a dead-end street, so the rescue of having to pass the line of fire was incredibly risky. A gas line explodes at one point (bluish smoke). SWAT set up and worked with the fire department to help slow the rate of spread of the fire. Two helicopters began water drops, which is unheard of for a structure fire, but it was the most practical and safest way to control the flames. Officer Slocum is doing well but has decided to "medically retire" from the El Cajon Police Department, move, and go back to college. The officer who was with him, Officer Tim McFarland, was a rookie at the time and was being trained by Slocum. Officer Slocum's wound, although very serious, had very very little blood loss. So for those appauled that none of us applied pressure, quite frankly it wasn't necessary and it's easy to judge what one would do while sitting behind a computer. The bigger threat was the active shooter vs only a handful of officers. And for all you anti-cop commenters, keep in mind, officers are still people with families. The people in this video are heroes who were up against a crazed man set on death and destruction. Some important points: * The officer was shot in the left temple, not the neck. Period. I was there. I shot the video. It looks like he was shot in the neck, but he was in shock and holding the wrong area. You can see the exit wound in the back of his head in the video. See the followup interview with both officers if you still don't believe he was shot in the temple. * The officer was actually shot 1/2 second before the video begins. Enable HD and pause the first few frames. You see him getting up from the chain link fence. He was thrown back from the force of the shot and bounced off the springy fence. He then gets up and returns fire. * This is not fake. Google "Jarred Slocum" "Tim McFarland" "Prince St" etc and you will find that every major media agency in the world ran this story. To fake such a video would cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. * The suspect lit the house on fire, then shot himself. Police did not burn the house down. FOLLOWUP INTERVIEW WITH THE OFFICERS MONTHS LATER: "Slocum, 28, said the bullet pierced his left temple, cracked his skull, severed arteries and came out behind his other ear. He said his doctors said his recovery so far is a miracle." El Cajon Police Chief Pat Sprecco said "That'll be used as a training tool for a long time", referring to our footage. TYPE OF INCIDENT: Attempted Murder of a Police Officer - Update DATE AND TIME OCCURRED: August 21, 2011; 5:07 PM LOCATION OF OCCURRENCE: 1033 Prince Street SUSPECT: Kevin James Collier (3/22/79)

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