Grand Jury Indicts University Of Cincinnati Cop Caught On Video Shooting Unarmed Man For Murder

by AVIVA SHEN – University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing was indicted for the murder of Samuel DuBose by a grand jury Wednesday. Tensing originally tried to claim DuBose, 43, almost ran him over with his car and “dragged” him down the road. But video evidence directly contradicted Tensing’s version of events. In the body camera video released Wednesday, Tensing asks DuBose several times if he has a driver’s license after pulling him over for a missing license plate. When DuBose moves to get out of the car, Tensing immediately shoots him. Watch it: WARNING – GRAPHIC  Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters called the shooting “the most asinine thing I’ve ever seen a cop do” in his 30 years as a prosecutor, adding, “He should never have been a police officer.” Cincinnati’s police chief also said the video recording was “not good.” The indictment of Tensing is extremely unusual, even...

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