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Handcuffed Man Shot by San Francisco Police

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July 18th, 2012
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Officers with the San Francisco Police Department in Northern California shot a man believed to have a knife this morning, but preliminary reports suggest that the victim was in handcuffs while the authorities opened fire.

Police officers with the SFPD allegedly opened fire on a man armed with a knife at around 10:30 a.m. local time on Wednesday after responding to reports that someone had been stabbed near the city’s Pier 17.

The Bay City News Service reported minutes later that there was an “officer-involved” shooting but did provide any other details. The San Francisco Chronicle reported at 11:30 a.m. local time that the man was shot by police after he refused to drop a knife that they believe was used in a stabbing earlier that morning. Fire Department Capt. Jeanne Seyler confirms to the paper that the victim was being transported for life threatening wounds, but did not provide any more details.

video uploaded to YouTube less than 30 minutes after that report includes a testimony from an eyewitness who alleges that the police shot the suspect after placing him in handcuffs.

“So what happened here?” the cameraman asks an unidentified witness.

“The police shot somebody. In the chest, twice,” he responds. “They said that the man had a gun or something but he didn’t. He was just a civilian.”

“What was he doing?” the videographer asks.

“Nothing. They had him in cuffs. And they shot him. Twice.”

“They shot him in cuffs?” he asks in bewilderment.

The cameraman that runs over to talk to police officers on the scene for confirmation that the man was cuffed before being shot but the cops refuse to answer.

At 12 noon local time, the cameraman uploaded a second video to YouTube with different witnesses confirming the account.

In the second video, a new witness says “a female officer with fucking short blonde hair” opened fire on the suspect.

“While he was in handcuffs?” the cameraman asks.

“Yes.” He confirms.

“And you witnessed this?”

“I saw this.”

The witness alleges that the officer in question shot the man twice in the chest. A third witness caught on film confirms reports that the victim was handcuffed during the shooting.

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  • White Knuckle Driver

    What’s even more alarming is that these police do not show remorse. To protect and serve…..themselves.

  • http://Thedailysheeple.com Ben

    Turn about is surely fair play

  • Joe

    If it was a criminal, no great loss, carry on.

  • Evie

    The constitution says he is to be tried. How do we know he was a criminal? Maybe in the wrong place, or mentally ill.
    I guess wr may as well live in syria if the police decide to just kill people. Geez suppose he was just mad because he had to work a shift he did not want?

  • http://www.ranchchimpjournal.blogspot.com thomas.h.pickering

    I seen this too many time’s over the year’s, the bottom line here is these rogue cop’s are the goddamn criminal’s, the same cop’s that arrest them are the same cop’s that shake them down and rob them!

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