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Animation Shows 2012 Cleveland Police Chase, Shooting

A just released video animation shows the end of a November, 2012, pursuit in Cleveland, Ohio, where 13 police officers engaged a fleeing vehicle with 137 shots, killing a male and female suspected of being involved in drug activity. Read Full Story Here

June 28, 2014

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Joe @ 7/11/2014 3:02 PM

Man as an officer i know about tunnel vision and just getting caught in the moment but first i see the officer that pitted the suspect get out without putting his vehicle in parked letting it drive off. Then I see two officers park behind the suspect and run towards it as other officers shoot from the front violating cross fire rule. then they retreat only to have some detectives run up to the vehicle and begin shooting at it with officers on the opposite side also shooting the suspects. How any of the officers did not get hit by their own friendly fire is a miracle.

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