Unarmed White Teen Gunned Down by Black Cop… Where’s the Outrage?
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Recently an 18-year-old University of South Alabama student, Gil Collar, was shot and killed by a campus police officer.
As Reported By Conservative Tribune:
At the time of the shooting, the student was under the influence of LSD and exhibiting erratic behavior around the campus police station.
A two-minute video of the incident was played for the media by the Mobile County sheriff’s department.
A security camera mounted on the campus police station at the university and recorded most of the entire incident including the shooting. (H/T ReadyChimp)
Collar was seen acting “aggressively” in the short video, first walking up to the campus police station, pounding on the window and then walking away from it. He then walked back up to the station and again retreated.
At that point, black police officer Trevis Austin stepped outside from the station with his gun drawn and pointed at Collar, who reportedly had his “arms outstretched and palms open,” according to Austin.
The two then moved around the building, with Collar kneeling at one point and then standing back up and walking toward the officer. The officer had his firearm trained on the white student as he approached the officer.
They both moved into the yard and though the camera shot from that angle was partially blocked, it showed Collar dropping to the ground after having been shot once in the chest.
The entire incident played out within thirty seconds after Austin came out of the building.
Jere Beasley, attorney for the Collar family, said about the shooting, “I can tell you without reservation nothing we saw in the videotape justified the use of deadly force in this case.”
H/T: READ FULL STORY AT CONSERVATIVE TRIBUNE