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"She also said God bless, and left." The crash left Chavez reeling, but also with severe bruises across his body.He called police just after 4 p.m., then went to the hospital.Written and directed by Urgences (1994) castmember Lily Mariye, this gritty, sexually frank coming-of-age story has won 11 awards. Don't get me wrong there are a few things that work more than alright here. but like the girls, the movie missed a couple of opportunities ... See full summary » Not in a totally good way unfortunately, but just stuff that does not fit with each other.Hours after a Chicago police officer was ordered held without bond on a first-degree murder charge, the city released a shocking police dash-cam video that captured the white officer opening fire on an African American teen on a Southwest Side street, striking him 16 times and killing him.The video is about six minutes long and appears to show 17-year-old Laquan Mc Donald running down the middle of Pulaski Road near 41st Street when Officer Jason Van Dyke, standing next to his SUV, opens fire.
Adrenaline flowing, Chavez stood up, expecting the driver to stop to wait for police, or at least apologize. "I asked the lady why she hit me and she said she did not see me," Chavez said just days after the March 31 crash.
His mother had gone to take one of the 15-year-old’s siblings to the bathroom at a Fourth of July celebration in Greensboro, N. — and returned to find an officer’s hand around Jose’s neck.
On the ground, she saw “blood, lots of it.” What happened in the interim depends on whom you ask.
After the car stops behind Hammond's, Tiller exits with his gun aimed at the driver's side of the teen's vehicle The sound in the footage becomes inaudible, but someone out of the camera's view is clearly heard yelling 'shots fired, shots fired' a number of times, while someone else demands 'put your hands in the air.' 'Because of the unique circumstances of this case, including all the rumors, innuendo, and false information that has been reported, I feel it necessary to go into more detail than usual in this letter in order to clearly explain to you why I do not recommend that state charges be filed,' Adams said.
City lawyers have said the shooting was justified and that Tiller shot Hammond (left) in self-defense when he drove his car at the officer.