Officer SHOOTS man on wheelchair DEAD in chilling video

A police officer who was seen on video capturing a wheelchair-bound man NINE instances now finds himself on the flawed facet of the legislation. An completely stunning clip has been circulated on social media lately displaying Ryan Remington, an officer from Tuscon, Arizona in the United States (US) hearth shot after shot towards 61-year-old Richard Lee Richards.

According to KGUN, Remington had been stationed at a Walmart (an American grocery store franchise) when an worker alerted him {that a} buyer in a motorized wheelchair had stolen a toolbox. The worker the adopted Richards to the car parking zone and requested to see a receipt. “Instead of providing the receipt, Mr. Richards brandished a knife and said, ‘Here’s your receipt,’” stated Police Chief Chris Magnus.

According to Magnus, Remington additionally adopted Richards and tried to get him to give up his weapon, however to no avail.

“Mr. Richards refused to comply, and instead continued to head through the Walmart and Lowe’s parking lots. According to the Walmart employee, Mr. Richards said, ‘If you want me to put down the knife, you’re going to have to shoot me,’” he stated.

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There are completely different variations of the video doing the rounds – the primary being from the officer’s bodycam footage and the opposite being from contained in the Walmart.

Well, Officer Ryan Remington might discover himself with out ajob very quickly, however he isn’t taking the matter mendacity down. The deadly capturing of Richard Lee Richards is now being reviewed and relying on the result, Remington might face prison expenses.

His legal professional, Mike Storie,stated in a press release that Remington “had no nonlethal options.”

“He did have a Taser, but in his mind, he couldn’t use it because he didn’t feel he had the proper spread to deploy it, with the wheelchair between him and Richards,” Storie stated.

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