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Footage of Fallen Oregon Officer's Fatal Shooting Released

Police body camera footage released Thursday shows the brief confrontation in February between a Seaside, OR, police sergeant and his attacker that ended in both their deaths as it quickly devolved into chaos and gunfire. More Here.

April 22, 2016

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Kojack58 @ 4/23/2016 9:37 AM

Tasered and he still was able to fire that is horrible. He deserved to die as he killed one of our brothers.

Skippy @ 4/25/2016 1:11 PM

That was not worth showing. Couldn't see a damn thing.

Joe Smith @ 4/30/2016 9:28 AM

You can hear someone in the background, I'm guessing a citizen pleading, "don't kill him." The public cannot get it in their heads when it is necessary to use deadly force. I suggest the DOJ make public announcements regularly on TV explaining elementary UOF standards. Education is 9 times out of 10 the answer. There will always be some that will disagree and they can bring it to court like everything else we do, but once the court proceedings are completed there should be very little argument from the public or the media about it. There will still be protest marches by the few who can not be reached, but they will be scoffed at and receive little support or attention. As it stands now, it appears there will be no end to it.

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