Man drops his gun as ordered. Cops then proceed to ventilate him with bullet holes.

 

Officers yelled at Richard Sanchez to drop his gun – and eventually, he did. He started to walk toward law enforcement, out of a house a relative had fled to call 911 to report Sanchez was intoxicated, making threats and saying irrational things.

Police shouted for the 27-year-old man to put his hands up. He did that, too.

“Stop!” an officer ordered. Sanchez kept walking, arms still raised.

Three seconds and two commands later, the officer opened fire. Body-camera footage now released by police in San Bernardino, California, captures the five shots that killed Sanchez and a woman’s screams as he fell onto the lawn.

www.ndtv.com/world-news/san-bernardino-california-richard-sanchez-dropped-his-gun-put-his-hands-up-cop-shot-him-5-times-2123229

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