LAPD released video of officers shooting, killing hostage

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the church this body cam video shows the moment LAPD officers confronted Guillermo Perez can be heard repeatedly instructing the 32 year-old drop the night and a folding chair he was holding before opening fire with bean bags the video appears to show Perez lock the bean bags with the chair moments later he takes a woman standing nearby hostage investigator say Perez put a knife to her throat that’s when three officers fired a total of 18 bullets to stop him just two weeks ago another innocent bystander a young manager at a Trader Joe’s with killed by a police bullet during another 10 standoff horses the only option the victim in the June 16th standoff was Elizabeth Tollison a 49 year old disabled homeless woman We Believe the effectiveness of less-lethal tools like tasers and beanbag shotgun it’s the actions of the officers involved are still under investigation Danielle Nottingham CBS News Los Angeles
The LAPD released bodycam video from officers who shot and killed both a woman being held hostage and the man who took her hostage. It was the first of two recent incidents where police fatally shot bystanders. CBS Newspath correspondent Danielle Nottingham reports.

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