A central Tennessee police chief fired three of his officers Monday, after reviewing patrol car video showing the trio discussing killing other officers.

Pigeon Forge Police Chief Jack Baldwin said he dismissed Trinity Brown, Jefferson Thigpen, and Michael Musgrove for "conduct incompatible with continued employment," reports the Knoxville News Sentinel.

The officers allegedy threatened to open fire during the day shift and said they would start by taking out the chief, according to a partial transcript obtained by WATE.

The conversation between the three officers was captured on June 7.

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