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Tensing then repeatedly asks Dubose for a license, which Dubose says he doesn't have on him.
The body-cam video showing the killing of Sam Dubose by a cop with the University of Cincinnati Police Department was released today.
Since the incident on July 19, the family has been skeptical of the officer's account of what happened.
There was only the lethal, instant reflex of a cop who had failed to police his imagination. It was a chicken-shit stop." Tensing has been indicted on charges of murder.
A few hours ago, prosecutor Joe Deters called it an "asinine, senseless shooting." "When you see it, you will not believe how quickly he pulled his gun and shot him in the head," the prosecutor also said.
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"I'm so upset about them not letting us see the video," Dubose's sister said.Yesterday, the police chief, who'd seen the video, admitted, "It's not good." In case you don't want to watch the video: Tensing questions Dubose about his front license plate, the supposed reason for the stop.Dubose then reaches for it, which he seems to have improperly placed in his glove box.When Tensing asks again for Dubose's license, he notices a bottle of liquor on the car's floorboard, which Dubose hands over.Other sources say Tensing claimed to have been "dragged" by Dubose's car.And according to this incident report, the claim about being dragged is supported by another officer who says he witnessed it.