Fullerton's police shared camera camera snapshots in response to the demands of the lawyer representing the Hannah Williams family. The video is included in a 15-minute high-performance video that includes police recollection in the studio, slow footage of photos, radio broadcasts, subtitles, and still images.
In the video, Fulbert police chief Bob Dan says the police investigation of the 5 July shooting continues.
Asked by CNN why the police department released footage from the body chamber. in an edited video, not just in raw form, the police spokesman, lieutenant John Radwood, said that this is the case law of a department in the case of body-worn cameras (BWC).
"Our practice is to issue" Briefings, "explaining BWC videos and incidents to provide context (not opinions that explain, but contexts.) Plus, there is editing that needs to happen to protect the identity of people in the video, such as the 1
While a family, and the media can identify her by name and picture, we do not respect her family and the requirements we observe in State of California in respect of minors, he said.
"When Police With a magician uses force to arrest a suspect or repel an attack, it can be graphic and difficult to watch, "says Dunne." Additionally, there may be a strong language used by those in the video. Appraisal of the viewer is recommended, especially for young children and sensitive viewers. "
The police did not identify the employee who was paid administrative leave while the investigation was ongoing
Hannah was an antidepressant and may have wanted to hurt herself, her father said to operator 911, while he seems to be struggling with tears
He also told the operator that he did not believe he had any weapons with her
The Teenager's Jeep hit police car, prosecutors.
Hannah ruled SUV in Anaheim about 19 hours ago and was murdered, the policeman took his partner from a K9 police dog to a veterinarian when he saw the speed of the vehicle by the police.
At some point, Hannah's jeep and the policeman's police car "made physical contact, said the office of the Orange District County
In the video, Radus, the public information officer, says the SUV has made a turn-around, and finally turned to the wrong road on the highway. The officer left his car and approached when he saw that the teenager was standing in front of his car and obviously pointing a gun at him.
The officer shot her
Hannah fell on the sidewalk and the policeman ordered her to roll over her stomach.
She starts crying for help and many times. says he can not breathe. "Where does it hit, ma'am?" someone asks, obviously the officer who shot her.
Hannah tells the policeman that she was hit on her chest and crying, "Help me, please."
The man picks up what the officer believed to be a gun, and can be heard in the video, saying, "It's a replica."
The man sits with Hannah and tries to calm her down, saying, "OK" over and over and "Stay with me, okay."
The officer puts a tourniquet on his leg, where he sees blood and tears in her trousers.
In the video, the police show a photo of the copy Hanna held. It's almost indistinguishable from a real gun, Radus said.
"The gun was later identified as a replica pistol designed to look like a true Beretta 92FS," Orange County Prosecutor said.
A father says she may have wanted to hurt herself
The police also released the audio of what they say in the video is a 911 call made by Hannah's father about 90 minutes after the shooting, but before he knows about it. He tells the operator that Hannah took the car rented out of the family and was gone for about three hours.