Graphic: Body camera video shows deadly shooting of Daunte Wright

12 apr 2021
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Police say deadly officer-involved shooting in Minnesota appears to be an accident.

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  • Handgun on the right taser on the left, simple... If you have them on both on one side then you don't need to be doing this job.

    Kenneth BowersKenneth BowersDag sedan
  • Yo like what's the deal?

    fireryinstinctfireryinstinct2 dagar sedan
  • THIS WAS AN ACCIDENT!!!!!!!! No one on earth is accident free! If the dude didnt make her pull her "tazer" he wouldn't have been shot! So, its this young man's fault 1000% all day long he is dead!

    NIGHTMARE ACCOMPLICENIGHTMARE ACCOMPLICE2 dagar sedan
  • The public is never wrong...when hes armed....when he shoots at the police....or when he tries to disarm the cop...or when the police is defunded. Always the polices fault. Thanks for keeping our streets safe and dont mind the pompus morons. Its not your fault you chose a career to help the same people that defund you to the point where you arent trained on making sure you draw lethal or none lethal. Cheers to the heroes and fk the anti police moron sitting behind his phone rooting for the criminal without knowing the facts. Thia was an unfortunate event but the root of this problem lye with the people. Defund the police and use some of that money to put the average citizen in a servicemans shoes.

    Alfred PotgieterAlfred Potgieter2 dagar sedan
  • Yes defund the police so we now have racist and incompitent police officers. That helps us all so much. Fucking clowns.

    Alfred PotgieterAlfred Potgieter2 dagar sedan
  • What was he jumping back into the car for? To get into the safety of his car? To drive off? To pick a weapon? To hide something illegal? Am not a cop but such a move would make me nervous as hell. I have a family I wanna go home to in the evening. A calm stop is easier for everyone involved. Demonstrate goodwill both to the civilian and to the policeman show you are disarmed by showing your hands, announce your intention to reach for something, no sudden moves, acknowledge you are in the same page at every move. Making the whole situation a nervous one increases tenfold the possibility of an incident or someone getting hurt.

    doncorleon9doncorleon93 dagar sedan
  • Women moment

    AtomicAtomic3 dagar sedan
  • This level of mistake is not ok whatsoever !

    Ms. MeekaMs. Meeka3 dagar sedan
  • The shooting was very unnecessary!!! Hopefully it was a mistake as said however a very costly one. Damn! So sad

    Toyosi OyejobiToyosi Oyejobi4 dagar sedan
  • Rip G. Love from Memphis TN.

    Terrence HughesTerrence Hughes5 dagar sedan
  • Tragic, I believe this is accidental but still professional negligence she should have been able to tell the difference.

    Chris LeeChris Lee5 dagar sedan
  • He tried to run away and people are still whining about her accidentally shooting him? LOL. Even if it was intentional I still wouldn't care. Police *should* be able to shoot any moron that tries to get away like this in a car since he's trying to drag them into a dangerous pursuit that could end fatally for someone else. Even though technically under the rules she wasn't supposed to shoot him, the little brat still got what he deserved so boo fucken hoo.

    TheBossTheBoss5 dagar sedan
  • Watch it on .25 speed. The gun never is discharged. No flash no flip no slide action. At a quarter speed she can holster her gun faster than Jerry Miculek. This is a fake show hoax.

    Jason ReidJason Reid5 dagar sedan
  • I typically say to look at all aspects of a shooting to understand what truly happened. But there is nothing to dissect here. There are so many stark differences between their tasers and glocks. I am almost certain the tasers are yellow as well. This women is clearly in the wrong and should be charged as such. If she didn’t want to kill him she obviously has something wrong mentally and she be treated for it.

    Doctor RoseyDoctor Rosey5 dagar sedan
  • LOL 😂 a bjtch tries to flee his own “crime” scene - a bjtch gets the pow pow, what else d’you expect? We need some more 😏

    Psycho First-Degree-MurdererPsycho First-Degree-Murderer5 dagar sedan
  • No. If your officers are so poorly trained that our kids, husbands, mothers, etc. are at risk SOMETHING NEEDS TO CHANGE. And that idiot who was probably hungover or something needs to be persecuted.

    Miss SpellMiss Spell6 dagar sedan
  • It is so prepland to look like an accedent by this women

    wolf_222wolf_2226 dagar sedan
  • Hey everybody watch a video about Daunte Wright and it’s from Angela Box seworld.info/will/gXDT0LOZaKWsp30/video

    Gilbert StanleyGilbert Stanley6 dagar sedan
  • If she didn’t mean to kill him, why did she ha e her finger on the trigger?

    Hamza AbdeljawadHamza Abdeljawad6 dagar sedan
    • Cause they thought it was a taser

      Brett KBrett K4 dagar sedan
  • Look y’all she took her gun off safety watch her finger

    Juangocrazy BurksJuangocrazy Burks6 dagar sedan
  • Can anyone hear the gun shot? I can't hear it at all even with the volume turned up.

    S SS S6 dagar sedan
    • @Ben Dall At this point I won't be surprised given how everything been going. It's just sad how few people are pointing out the gun.

      S SS S4 dagar sedan
    • The gun never fires. There is no recoil.. no evidence of a discharge. Psychological operation

      Ben DallBen Dall5 dagar sedan
  • Daunte shouldn't have resisted but the cop should know the difference between a gun and a taser.

    Israel RosilesIsrael Rosiles6 dagar sedan
  • Here’s some advice for all you criminals if you don’t comply you may die

    Devin BarclayDevin Barclay6 dagar sedan
  • The true crime here is the police using a Ring door-camera and not a Go pro.

    Jonny DeeJonny Dee6 dagar sedan
  • Where’s the gold coffin for Tamarris Bohannon, a black man, father of three, 29 years old? He was a cop, shot and killed in the line of duty.

    W. CairingW. Cairing7 dagar sedan
  • ill tase you! ill tase you! taser taser taser

    unknowntuber unknowntuberunknowntuber unknowntuber7 dagar sedan
  • The woman shot and killed someone. She deserves to spend 25 years in jail. Tired of hearing these bullshit excuses from the racists who are defending what she did.

    Tyler LopesTyler Lopes8 dagar sedan
    • @Sunny Sied listen I didn’t read all that shit you wrote cause I only need one sentence to figure out your bullshit argument. Go fuck your self

      Tyler LopesTyler Lopes6 dagar sedan
    • The 'racist' excuse is a lazy copout argument. Mistakes happen under stressful situations. Our brains sometimes don't respond well under pressure. It can happen to anyone, under the right circumstances. We, at home, watch the body cam footage while chilling on our couch looking at our phone. It's a completely different experience for the police officers that are dealing with the actual crisis. The whole event lasted for 10 seconds. Ten seconds isn't a long time, especially in an emergency. It's impossible for police to train under real-world conditions. Tiger Woods accidentally slammed the gas instead of the brakes during his tragic car accident. That happens quite often, even with very experienced drivers. Daunte Wright made many bad choices that led to his death. He's responsible for HIMSELF. He didn't comply with officer commands, resisted arrest, fought police, tried to escape in a car and endangered many people's lives. He was a criminal. The police officers thought everything was going fine with the arrest... until Daunte caught them off-guard, flipped the script and all chaos ensued. Why did he panic? Why was there a warrant for his arrest? Daunte Wright had been charged with first degree aggravated robbery in December 2019. He choked and robbed a woman at gunpoint, stole all her rent money. He had a warrant out for his arrest because he didn't attend his court hearing for two misdemeanor charges, one for possession of a gun without a permit and the other for fleeing from police (last June). He's responsible for his irresponsible and selfish behavior. A car is a 2,000 pound weapon. He could've hurt many people. The police could've blown him to God's Kingdom and it wouldn't be wrong (for that crazy situation). Daunte Wright played real-world Theft Auto and lost. Did you think he was an innocent victim? *I'm tired of people defending selfish, reckless and stupid criminals.* Why didn't Daunte Wright peacefully comply and submit himself to the justice system and due process? Oh wait, he was a dangerous criminal who was desperate to escape.🤗

      Sunny SiedSunny Sied7 dagar sedan
  • He tried to run. Ultimately its his own fault.

    DiceMofoDiceMofo9 dagar sedan
    • @liyahxx not even gonna bother with your. Its like talking to. A tree. Grow a brain open your eyes and come talk to me.

      DiceMofoDiceMofo7 dagar sedan
    • @DiceMofo 26 years she was on the police force and she couldn’t tell the difference between a Tayser and a gun. That and she was training somebody that day. You people have no idea what it’s like to be black so you cannot have an opinion on black issues. Maybe we would stop trying to run from the police if the police weren’t killing us. We’re already minorities and so many of us are dying this year last year and every year before that. Y’all are hell-bent on killing us. Do you not remember George Floyd… Or are you going to deflect on that one too

      liyahxxliyahxx7 dagar sedan
    • @Tyson B Hundreds of people? In 2020, in the U.S., the police killed 457 white people, 241 black people, and 169 hispanic people. Do you think all those black people were unfairly killed by pOliCe BrUtALiTy? There were almost twice more white people than black people killed by police. Was that also unjust? Nobody is marching and rioting for those lives. It's naive to claim that there's an epidemic of police brutality when there's no data to support it. The BLM argument is full of BS. Daunte Wright made many bad choices that led to his death. He's responsible for HIMSELF. He didn't comply with officer commands, resisted arrest, fought police, tried to escape in a car and endangered many people's lives. He was a criminal. Daunte Wright had been charged with first degree aggravated robbery in December 2019. He choked and robbed a woman at gunpoint, stole all her rent money. He had a warrant out for his arrest because he didn't attend his court hearing for two misdemeanor charges, one for possession of a gun without a permit and the other for fleeing from police (last June). He's responsible for his irresponsible and selfish behavior. A car is a 2,000 pound weapon. He could've hurt many people. The police could've blown him to God's Kingdom and it wouldn't be wrong (for that crazy situation). Daunte Wright played real-world Grand Theft Auto and lost.

      Sunny SiedSunny Sied7 dagar sedan
    • @liyahxx There isn't an epidemic of police brutality on African-Americans. In 2020, in the U.S., the police killed 457 white people, 241 black people, and 169 hispanic people. Have you looked at the statistics for black-on-black homicides? Now that's a real epidemic. But, to BLM, those black lives don't matter.

      Sunny SiedSunny Sied7 dagar sedan
    • @DiceMofo Thats what ignorant people would like to believe. have you heard of Philando Castile? Minnesota also. there are literally hundreds of cases w Blk people complying, even on the grounds arms up and still snuffed out. Educate urself buddy.

      Tyson BTyson B7 dagar sedan
  • How they hell could she not tell that was a gun the taser is yellow the gun in black.

    All things KiaraAll things Kiara9 dagar sedan
    • @Blind Spot Thank you for your opinion but in my opinion and opinions of other officers say otherwise.

      All things KiaraAll things Kiara6 dagar sedan
    • @All things Kiara Did you think police officers were perfect? You can have 26 years of experience and still make a mistake. Training reduces the chances for mistakes, not eliminate them. Daunte Wright was a dumb criminal who maximized his chances for a negative outcome. He made a ton of dumb mistakes. But, hey, he's criminal. He doesn't have the right to do whatever it takes to escape. If he was a better person, then none of this would've happened. We live in a crazy world. Why does the criminal get the benefit of the doubt? Daunte choked and robbed a woman. He threatened to kill her with a gun. He robbed her of all her rent money. Do you think he wasn't dangerous? Of course. He violated his probation by being caught with an illegal handgun, then he ran from police. Whoa! Then he skipped out on his court case, which led to a warrant. Yikes! He had a violent past and a history of fleeing police and the justice system. He was dangerous, because he was cornered. That explains why he acted like a nut job and fought against arrest. He didn't want things to end peacefully. He got served his karma.

      Blind SpotBlind Spot6 dagar sedan
    • @Sunny Sied I'm glad that you are sitting at home frome your couch. desperate criminal? Even if he was thats why we have justice system that does not give the police a right to kill. She had that gun in front of her long enough to know unlike you or me they are highly trained just like our military to be in those high pressure situations and make split second decisions and this wasn't her first year and time around the block. She was on the force for 26 years.

      All things KiaraAll things Kiara7 dagar sedan
    • @All things Kiara 10 seconds during a life-and-death crisis situation with a dangerous, desperate criminal? 10 seconds is only a long time for us watching bodycam footage on our smartphones on our comfie, safe couches. It's completely different for the officers that had to deal with the crisis. Daunte Wright made many bad choices, created chaos and confusion and it cost him his life. Step 1. Don't resist police. Step 2. Don't fight police. Step 3. Be civil and polite. Step 4. Peacefully submit yourself to justice and due process. Daunte failed every step. He was an idiot.

      Sunny SiedSunny Sied7 dagar sedan
    • @Sunny Sied That's bullshit she held that gun for long enough to tell it wasn't a taser.

      All things KiaraAll things Kiara7 dagar sedan
  • She knew what she was doing ... she never reached acrossed her body for her taser ... her gun was already drawn to shoot ... the taser is on her left site with the handle facing forward. She never reached for it ... she went straight for her gun and fired it so he wouldn't get away.

    Alpha SportsAlpha Sports10 dagar sedan
    • Mistakes happen under stressful situations. Our brains sometimes don't respond well under pressure. It can happen to anyone, under the right circumstances. We, at home, watch the body cam footage while chilling on our couch looking at our phone. It's a completely different experience for the police officers that are dealing with the actual crisis. The whole event lasted for 10 seconds. Ten seconds isn't a long time, especially in an emergency. It's impossible for police to train under real-world conditions. Tiger Woods accidentally slammed the gas instead of the brakes during his tragic car accident. That happens quite often, even with very experienced drivers. Daunte Wright made many bad choices that led to his death. He's responsible for HIMSELF. He didn't comply with officer commands, resisted arrest, fought police, tried to escape in a car and endangered many people's lives. He was a criminal. The police officers thought everything was going fine with the arrest... until Daunte caught them off-guard, flipped the script and all chaos ensued. Why did he panic? Why was there a warrant for his arrest? Daunte Wright had been charged with first degree aggravated robbery in December 2019. He choked and robbed a woman at gunpoint, stole all her rent money. He had a warrant out for his arrest because he didn't attend his court hearing for two misdemeanor charges, one for possession of a gun without a permit and the other for fleeing from police (last June). He's responsible for his irresponsible and selfish behavior. A car is a 2,000 pound weapon. He could've hurt many people. The police could've blown him to God's Kingdom and it wouldn't be wrong (for that crazy situation). Daunte Wright played real-world Theft Auto and lost. Did you think he was an innocent victim? Daunte Wright knew that fighting and running from three armed police officers could be bad for his health. He still acted stupid.

      Sunny SiedSunny Sied7 dagar sedan
  • Naw this is not an accident

    Anid YawnocAnid Yawnoc10 dagar sedan
    • @Sunny Sied yup you’re right but I won’t be participating thank you. I still said what I said. Bye good day

      Anid YawnocAnid Yawnoc5 dagar sedan
    • @Anid Yawnoc Everyone has to defend their opinion. No one's opinion is sacred and unchallengeable. Mistakes happen under stressful situations. Our brains sometimes don't respond well under pressure. It can happen to anyone, under the right circumstances. We, at home, watch the body cam footage while chilling on our couch looking at our phone. It's a completely different experience for the police officers that are dealing with the actual crisis. The whole event lasted for 10 seconds. Ten seconds isn't a long time, especially in an emergency. It's impossible for police to train under real-world conditions. Tiger Woods accidentally slammed the gas instead of the brakes during his tragic car accident. That happens quite often, even with very experienced drivers. Daunte Wright made many bad choices that led to his death. He's responsible for HIMSELF. He didn't comply with officer commands, resisted arrest, fought police, tried to escape in a car and endangered many people's lives. He was a criminal. The police officers thought everything was going fine with the arrest... until Daunte caught them off-guard, flipped the script and all chaos ensued. Why did he panic? Why was there a warrant for his arrest? Daunte Wright had been charged with first degree aggravated robbery in December 2019. He choked and robbed a woman at gunpoint, stole all her rent money ($820) from her bra. He had a warrant out for his arrest because he didn't attend his court hearing for two misdemeanor charges, one for possession of a gun without a permit and the other for fleeing from police (last June). He's responsible for his irresponsible and selfish behavior. _A car is a 2,000 pound weapon._ He could've hurt many people. The police could've blown him to God's Kingdom and it wouldn't be wrong (for that crazy situation). Daunte Wright played real-world Grand Theft Auto and lost. Did you think he was an innocent victim? No, he was a desperate, dangerous criminal.

      Sunny SiedSunny Sied5 dagar sedan
    • @Sunny Sied I didn’t post my personal opinion for a debate and no matter what I feel I was not the officer who purposely pulled her weapon and shot an unarmed black man. I watched the video just like you did or can. Ask your self these questions I just know I have a right to my opinion with out having to defend it ijs.

      Anid YawnocAnid Yawnoc5 dagar sedan
    • How's it not an accident?

      Sunny SiedSunny Sied7 dagar sedan
  • Stop it with the “I thought it was my taser” well stop manufacturing tasers that feel like guns. She stepped into the altercation, when she could have stepped back and shot out his tires after his resist to flee.

    Forrest GreenForrest Green10 dagar sedan
    • Cars can still drive very fast, even with flat tires. This isn't like a Hollywood movie. You can still escape with flats... it'll just put a major beating on the car... but why would a desperate, dangerous criminal even care?

      Sunny SiedSunny Sied7 dagar sedan
    • Don’t test anyone that has a gun. Otherwise you clearly don’t value your life.

      Forrest GreenForrest Green10 dagar sedan
  • How do make that mistake? She held the gun but couldn't tell the difference? 26 years of training and that is what happens?

    TejahTejah10 dagar sedan
    • @Blind Spot Whatever it is he did or didn't do he still sounded like ma momma's boy. Was he convicted of said crimes? At any rate he did not deserve to die. This officer pulled her gun and held it in her hand while yelling I'm going to tase you. After 26 years of wearing & training with that gun she couldn't tell the difference until it went off? I have defended the cops where they deserve it. I love a good cop but they are few and far between. They use their badge to shield them from accountability. That man did not have to die.

      TejahTejah6 dagar sedan
    • @Tejah He wasn't a kid. He was a twenty year old man that choked, threatened to kill and robbed a woman. He was charged with first degree aggravated armed robbery. He wasn't a boy scout, too bad his promising life of crime was cut short.🙀

      Blind SpotBlind Spot6 dagar sedan
    • @Blind Spot 😂 no offense but sounds like the poor kid was one

      TejahTejah6 dagar sedan
    • @Tejah Momma's Boy?!?!?!😂😂😂😂😂

      Blind SpotBlind Spot6 dagar sedan
    • @Sunny Sied Do you think a trained officer of 26 years should know how to recognize and use a deadly weapon vs a taser? What is the indicator this young man was such a "violent, dangerous, and desperate criminal?" I listened to the parents and viewed the video. I'm not involved but it sounds like he was a bit hapless and a total momma's boy. Not some violent criminal. He called his mother when he was pulled over 😂. He wasn't doing anything but trying to get away. He wasn't in the right but he didn't need to die. I certainly do expect an officer with her experience to "be busy" knowing what the F'k she is doing while holding a deadly weapon.

      TejahTejah6 dagar sedan
  • She turned off the safety idiot

    Nicholas AnonymousNicholas Anonymous11 dagar sedan
    • @Sunny Sied true. This gun did and she turned it off my point being how can u not realize ur holding and using a gun when she turned the safety off and obviously it dosent take a genius to differentiate the two.

      Nicholas AnonymousNicholas Anonymous7 dagar sedan
    • Not every gun has a safety. And some guns and tasers do have a safety.

      Sunny SiedSunny Sied7 dagar sedan
  • seworld.info/will/iqeq382bqYCIm4k/video I would think something like this device should be used by police.

    Kevin JohnsonKevin Johnson11 dagar sedan
  • I think she was distracted, she still had the piece of paper in her hand, which she the put in her other hand

    SouLoveLee_SouLoveLee_11 dagar sedan
  • Why was he trying to run?

    Cola ImnidaCola Imnida11 dagar sedan
  • There is no such thing as an accidental discharge

    Brendon KennedyBrendon Kennedy11 dagar sedan
  • Imagine a cop being shot at and accidentally pulling taser to return fire. Yea pretty hard to imagine.

    k1ng_xxRansomxxk1ng_xxRansomxx12 dagar sedan
    • Police do much more training and shooting practice with their side arm than with a taser. Also, the firearm is usually placed on their dominant side so they can quickly grab it with their dominant hand.

      Sunny SiedSunny Sied7 dagar sedan
  • All Cops, All Clips first three rounds rubber bullets. #RUBBERBULLETS

    VIDSPiRATIONVIDSPiRATION12 dagar sedan
    • @Sunny Sied Rarely is a cop up against a criminal shooting at him, also, it only takes part of a second to rapid through 3 rubber bullets. What I'm more concerned about is the hasty killing or accidental killing of an unarmed person. Cops have Training, Tasers, Vests, Partners, Clubs, Automatic Rifles, Shotguns, Batons, 3 rubber bullets wouldn't stop a cop from defending himself against a shooter, but WOULD potentially stop him from killing an innocent.

      VIDSPiRATIONVIDSPiRATION7 dagar sedan
    • Rubber bullets will get a cop killed in those situations where a criminal doesn't fire any rubber bullets.

      Sunny SiedSunny Sied7 dagar sedan
  • This is fake. Watch the officer pretend to put handcuffs on the guy. They are actors.

    rufus jonesrufus jones12 dagar sedan
  • I heard no gun shots... this is fake as hell

    IAMWHOIAM777IAMWHOIAM77712 dagar sedan
  • Accidental??? How do u not know the difference between a taser and a gun???? There is a reason that a taser is bright and diff color, so the officers can know the difference......

    S BS B12 dagar sedan
    • @Sunny Sied still a officer needs to know how to act in a time of an emergency and she was in a time of an emergency and she should have looked at what she was holding before releasing the trigger on the gun. I know where your coming from however I feel like officers should be trained more on how to deal with circumstances like this

      S BS B4 dagar sedan
    • Do you think she's busy looking at the gun during a life-and-death situation when a violent, dangerous and desperate criminal is trying to escape in a vehicle (a 2,000 pound weapon)? Nope. The officer is focused on the criminal, the car, other officers and the passenger. The entire event lasted only 10 seconds. Ten. Seconds. With a dangerous criminal desperately trying to flee in a car. Mistakes happen. If you were in 100 different, high stress, surprise, life-and-death situations, then you're going to make some mistakes. Daunte Wright surprised police officers and suddenly didn't comply with instructions, resisted arrest, fought police, tried to escape in a vehicle and endangered many people's lives (a car is a dangerous weapon in the hands of a desperate criminal). The entire incident was very quick and chaotic. The police officer is primarily focused on the rapidly unfolding crisis, not their weapon. If that scenario was ran 100 different times with the police officer, then I can guarantee some mistakes would be made.

      Sunny SiedSunny Sied7 dagar sedan
  • How the fuck does no one notice the gun

    Beaux SonsBeaux Sons12 dagar sedan
  • This is fucking bullshit

    Beaux SonsBeaux Sons12 dagar sedan
  • Play stupid games win stupid prizes.

    Brandon GustafsonBrandon Gustafson12 dagar sedan
  • Woman moment

    Meme ArrowMeme Arrow12 dagar sedan
  • Why does he fights the police??

    世紀末救世主世紀末救世主13 dagar sedan
  • 0:41 this is where he went wrong and fucked himself. The cop screwed up too and needs to pay for her gross negligence, but that kid paid the ultimate price for his lunacy. Teach your kids not to act like this, and they won't end up dead at the hands of the police, no matter how you feel about them.

    aaronrocsaaronrocs13 dagar sedan
  • Maybe If They Change Those Tasers From Black Or Gray To YELLOW Or The Butt Of Them To YELLOW, Change The Weight From Heavy To Light And Don't Put Real Bullets In Those Taser Some Cops Wouldn't Get Them Confused With Their Hand Gun!!!

    Sunflower60 Sunflower60Sunflower60 Sunflower6013 dagar sedan
  • she was holding the gun for a long time. a gun weights alot more than a taser. its impossible to make a misstake like that. although daunte did try to get in the car, its not really punichable by death. RIP Daunte Wright

    Daniel Love's CarsDaniel Love's Cars13 dagar sedan
    • Yeah that's a bad argument

      CounterfeitCounterfeit9 dagar sedan
    • It isnt when your adrenaline is sky high nimrod

      Salt MakerSalt Maker9 dagar sedan
  • Lots of people here think it's easy being a cop, how can it be easy when a suspect is so unpredictable that your own life could be on the line or theirs

    Manatax8537 ImplosionManatax8537 Implosion13 dagar sedan
    • Lots of people think it’s easy to be detained by police, how can it be easy when the police are so unpredictable and are threatening your life while you’re unarmed

      H CaelH Cael11 dagar sedan
  • You don't give guns to a person who gets so scared of an unarmed man that she can't tell a gun from a taser. Also who the fuck yells "taser taser taser". You never see them panic around unarmed white people no matter what they do so it's still rooted in racism.

    AybeAybe13 dagar sedan
  • Fired. Charge with negligent Manslaughter and her retirement should go to his family period. its terrible what happened to that young man but again. play stupid games win stupid prizes. why try to run.

    Christopher MacierChristopher Macier13 dagar sedan
  • She turned off safety if you look closely as she draws the firearms he flicks the safety switch then proceeds to fire now I don’t know if tasers have a safety switch but how did she not notice this

    Sacrificial_PainSacrificial_Pain13 dagar sedan
    • Glocks have no external safeties. There is no click as there is no safety to make a noise. When a round is in the chamber it will exit if you pull the trigger.

      scscottoscscotto9 dagar sedan
  • It's pretty clear it was an accident. Please stop defending criminals.

    michael lytermichael lyter13 dagar sedan
  • Plain and simple. Don’t resist arrest

    cgbachcgbach13 dagar sedan
  • No more equality, im not part that feminism

    Syarif HidayatSyarif Hidayat13 dagar sedan
  • It was clearly a accident. she kept holding the gun as if it was a taser right after the shot and expected it to be a taser. Guess in peoples racist mindset they expect others to do what they would do themself. Like she would shoot him because she is a racist. Complete bogus. It was a accident. Still shouldn't ever happen how cant you feel the difference/knowing what you are holding in your hand.

    One does not simplyOne does not simply14 dagar sedan
  • She knew what she was doing. She needs to do time. Nobody is stupid , how can you not tell the difference between a gun and a tazer?!

    oiuet souiuoiuet souiu14 dagar sedan
  • When people say defund the police it doesn’t make sense as this just shows they need more funding so they don’t pull out a taser and thing it a gun

    swift Koltenswift Kolten14 dagar sedan
  • Yeah ok

    DirtRoadKing 4X4DirtRoadKing 4X414 dagar sedan
  • Cops need to be re trained on how not to feel nervous when they perceive a threat. BUT HE LOST HIS LIFE BECAUSE HE RESISTED ARREST! You can make him a martyr and march on the streets and shout FTP, but BOTH sides need to take accountability. Teach your kids to comply. Sue later or whatever but no one gets a pass to resist arrest. You don't know wtf is in that cops mind when you resist arrest. Taking accountability for one's action is the key but that goes BOTH WAYS! Now a mother lost her son and he lost his chance at a full life simply because he resisted. No one points that out because its not cool. Its cool to put all responsibility on cops

    Oli ROli R14 dagar sedan
    • How the fuck do you reach for your taser with your right hand and put your grabbing hand on your right hip when it should be basic knowledge that your taser is on your LEFT,

      oiuet souiuoiuet souiu14 dagar sedan
  • haahahahah dude this is the us police xDDD wtf can every idiot be a cop in the us?

    Dennis MedoDennis Medo14 dagar sedan
  • Officer you don't know your left from your right? You don't know the weight different between a LOADED gun and a TASER? well, then, wtf are you doing as an officer. I have my LTC and there is just no way. All it took was some common freaking sense and this WOULD NOT HAVE HAPPENED.

    MissUrbanXplorerMissUrbanXplorer14 dagar sedan
  • Shes holding the gun for 5-6 seconds before she shot him , thats a really bonehead move

    ALLDAYUBUMALLDAYUBUM14 dagar sedan
    • She didn't shoot him. The handcuffer shot him. #iammmm #iammu #iammuur #iamselflawandmaster #iamtheancientones #iamwashitawdedugdahmoundyah

      Timen OmoreTimen Omore12 dagar sedan
    • This Young Man Saw That Gun That Launtic Pointed At Him I Would Have Resisted Too And I'm Middle Age!!!

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    • It Sounds Like She's Saying This "I'm Going To Kill Him Or Murder Him" It's Still The Same Thing!! (Smh)

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  • When people quit acting stupid and stop putting cops lives at risk maybe they won't get shot.. dude got what he was asking for.. accident or not he put his self in that situation..

    Anthony 61261Anthony 6126115 dagar sedan
  • As soon as she intervened he got scared and tried to get back inside his vehicle... even the black officer yelled Nooo because he knew the white officer killed him..

    _levi_shay__levi_shay_15 dagar sedan
  • You guys complaining that she shot him yeah she should have used the right tool but just hear me out maybe just maybe if he wasn't a criminal to begin with he wouldn't have been in that situation would he? The answer is no he wouldn't have he also tried to flee what do you expect a pat on the back?

    Kermit The frogKermit The frog15 dagar sedan
  • Just wondering if Daunte Wright was white, would the topic of race and murder be a discussion? Because it seems like nothing is ever said about all the white people that have been shot by officers🤔🤷‍♀️

    Rodriguez VanessaRodriguez Vanessa15 dagar sedan
  • It's very sad Why do these people keep resisting arrest

    gary cgary c15 dagar sedan
    • @Leah Elaine Crafts oh OK

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    • Because they're scared.

      Leah Elaine CraftsLeah Elaine Crafts13 dagar sedan
  • I didn't hear any gun shots

    Rodney PendegayoshRodney Pendegayosh15 dagar sedan
  • She knew what she was doing. She needs to do time. Nobody is stupid , how can you not tell the difference between a gun and a tazer?!

    chillin with D-lightchillin with D-light15 dagar sedan
  • Fckn Nazi shtbags! Your entire department should be getting lethal injection sentences

    Trev DTrev D15 dagar sedan
  • Lol he shouldn't have gotten back into the car, it was his own fault

    Simon DebskiSimon Debski15 dagar sedan
  • Even if it was an accidental discharge citizens still go to prison for accidental/neglectful discharges

    Romae XsolRomae Xsol15 dagar sedan
  • Next time don't resist dummy. Oh wait.... 😬

    VETTE LIFEVETTE LIFE15 dagar sedan
  • How the fuck do you reach for your taser with your right hand and put your grabbing hand on your right hip when it should be basic knowledge that your taser is on your LEFT, and even if your that dumb you should notice the moment you grip it cause they feel different and more so when you pick it up because IT HAS A WHOLE DIIFENRT WIEGHT AND FEEL

    V The TrapV The Trap15 dagar sedan
  • He shouldn't have resisted, that was a dumbass move on his part- but that is not an excuse for confusing a taser with an actual gun

    jangojango15 dagar sedan
  • Something don't look right in this video. They didn't rush to their cars and go after him. She came over and put her hand on him as if she was signaling to resist. I don't hear any gun shots. I'm sorry if someone shoot you at point blank range your driving no where.

    Bernard wadeBernard wade15 dagar sedan
  • She was way too nervous and Daunte stupid, if you gone run then run from the beginning wtf

    mundae mundaemundae mundae15 dagar sedan
  • What really pisses me off is if I were to accidentally shoot someone I would go to jail.. so why not the cop? This double standard shit is bullshit. But damn this kid would be alive right now if he just went to deal with his warrant, he probably would have been bailed out in couple hours.. anyone know what the warrant was for? This is why you don't defund police you train them better.. when making arrest cop should brought suspect behind car and shut his door then tell him he under arrest.. maybe talk alittle more like tell him don't worry u will be out in an hour on a ROR

    Super Mecha Death ChristSuper Mecha Death Christ15 dagar sedan
  • I love after how she shot the other officers look at her like wtf did you just do

    Gavin GreeneGavin Greene16 dagar sedan
    • They cut off the audio. The officers next words are 'you shot him?'... There was no discharge of the weapon. Psyop for sure

      Ben DallBen Dall4 dagar sedan
    • It looks staged

      Emmanuel MoseleyEmmanuel Moseley11 dagar sedan
  • Don't run🤔

    Austin CordellAustin Cordell16 dagar sedan
  • America - you guys love your guns, don't you?

    StripesStripes16 dagar sedan
  • How hard is it to just not break away while being arrested, to not get in the car & drive off as if real life is just a game of Grand Theft Auto...This kid & the girl who was shot mid knife thrust, these are both prime examples of bad parenting getting your child killed. But I highly doubt they'll take that personal responsibility. 🙄 I'm sick of 2021 America...

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  • How do you accidentally pull a glock and yell tasar...this is just bad situation awareness on the police side and welp a robber can't say I thought I was holding a BB gun and not get murder even if it's the truth so why should this be any different

    OGdirty1KanobiOGdirty1Kanobi16 dagar sedan
  • Don’t resist and you won’t get shot. It’s that simple.

    Scott KScott K16 dagar sedan
  • Everyone makes mistakes. Still have to pay for them.

    Zero BearZero Bear16 dagar sedan
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  • get trolled!

    【Exodus】【Exodus】16 dagar sedan
  • Aren’t tasers bright yellow which is kind of a indicator

    Juan MiguelJuan Miguel16 dagar sedan
  • He did it to himself! Unfortunately it cost him his life but next time just listen!!!! -Maybe it was good that she shot him.. she didn't know if he was getting a gun out the car!!!

    King ManKing Man16 dagar sedan
  • Dante was a scumbag!

    Santino Jozef MillerSantino Jozef Miller16 dagar sedan
  • This lady is that departments training officer.. wowww

    Dominic ParsonDominic Parson16 dagar sedan
  • It seems like she legitimately thought it was a taser. Still needs to be held accountable, but what the hell... How do you make that mistake?

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  • What a fucking idiot.. infuriating. Minnesota and the black community specifically has been through so much and this dumb fuck just set us back even further.. makes me want to scream. Whats sad about this , besides the death of a young man, you just know she is going to get off and all hell is going to break loose in Minnesota again.

    Nick HughesNick Hughes16 dagar sedan
  • Lock her up!!!

    MDMD16 dagar sedan
  • The whole video does not add up to me, why couldn’t the first cop get the cuffs on, why did Daunte get back into the car? This whole thing looks strange to me. But I think the cop should be fired but I don’t think she was a racist cop who wanted to kill the guy. Just my opinion!

    Kori MckinleyKori Mckinley16 dagar sedan
  • Having dealt with police before. anytime a POC gets slightly irritated police are trained to grab their gun it seems. Hell I got pulled over and have experienced that several times and I'm harmless.

    Nyk NyCENyk NyCE16 dagar sedan
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