#20 | POSTED BY TONYROMA
One of the oddest things about the video is when he looked back and then moved to the side when he saw people behind him. Could be that he didn't want anyone sneaking up on him, could also be that he didn't want anyone in the line of fire.
I don't really agree with the outcome as hindsight is always 20/20, but honestly in light of the way police are viewed today, it would go a long way in the community to be able to see and hear from the officers perspective instead of having to rely on chance that video exists from a shaky camera from a bystander or security cam.
Anyone remember this from last year? The officers in this case claimed that the man rushed them. They didn't realize that they were recorded by a security cam.
Isn't the exact same situation, but it's a great example of why it's a good idea for body cams.