LAPD Releases Video of Suspected Ambush Shooter
June 27, 2013
Screenshot via LAPD/YouTube.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck released surveillance video and images showing the suspect who ambushed two undercover detectives
Tuesday morning outside the Wilshire Division station.
The 13-second video, which the agency posted on YouTube, shows a black man in his 30s wearing dark clothing and holding an object believed to be a gun, reports KTLA.
The two LAPD detectives, an 11-year and 20-year veteran, were ambushed as they entered the station in an unmarked police vehicle. The suspect opened fire from behind their car.
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John @ 6/27/2013 5:57 PM
Damn! Looks like Maurice Clemmons!!!
Bob@Az. @ 6/27/2013 9:32 PM
Can't clearly see wether or not thats a gun, but being it is kalifornia and they have the strictest gun laws there are, I find it hard to believe someone would circumvent the state laws. And to insinuate that a person of color did that is asking for the wrath of obummer to come crashing down upon your head. Blues, Stay Safe.
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