Video: Md. Cop, Agency Sued Over OIS
September 04, 2012
VIDEO: Officer-Involved Shooting In Maryland
The Prince George's County (Md.) Police Department and one of its officers are looking down the barrel of a $10 million lawsuit after video surveillance contradicted an officer's account of a shooting, reports NBC Washington.
In the footage from a Brentwood store, Corp. Donald Taylor can be seen striking 19-year-old Ryan Dorn with his gun, which fires upon impact.
Taylor filed a report claiming Dorn, a suspect in a gas-station robbery, reached for the officer's duty weapon.
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jeff faulkner @ 9/5/2012 6:44 AM
not a smart move by the Corporal . pepetrators have rights and it appears that he was struck . dont know why the Corporal struck him with his gun but i hope he works it out .
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