New video emerges in Morvant police killing
Posted: Friday, July 10, 2020
New video emerges in Morvant police killing
The video shows police dragging what appear to be the dead bodies of two of the men from the car. A third man is seen lying at the side of the road behind the car. Police involved in the shooting said in their official report that they took the injured men to hospital in the back of one of the jeeps. Doctors declared them dead on arrival.
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