I think we’ve all seen it.
The news that the San Jose police officer who shot and killed a mentally ill homeless man had an open container of alcohol on him.
And I can’t think of a more recent example of the police department going overboard.
This week, the department released dash cam video showing officers shooting a man in the back during a car chase.
And the department is refusing to release the video to the public.
The city attorney’s office said it has “no plans” to release it, arguing that it’s classified as a state crime.
The department has said that it will release the footage “as soon as practicable,” but that they won’t do so until the city is “unassigned” from the city’s Police Bureau, which is a legal entity.
The public has a right to see the video, but they also have a right not to see it.
So the public has had a lot of time to weigh in on this issue.
And in the end, the public didn’t.
The San Jose Police Officers Association said the city “is acting like the police are going to get away with anything.
And they are going against the law.”
The department said that the footage is not classified as an “emergency” or “public safety” video, which means it’s not subject to public disclosure laws.
The officers union said that “the officers are being told that their lives are in danger when they are not, in fact, in danger at all.”
“This video shows a police officer making a fatal mistake, and the officer is being punished for it,” the officers union wrote in a statement.
“Officers are not entitled to a public safety video of themselves.
The officers have also said that they are “committed to transparency” and that “we will be releasing the video at the end of this investigation.” “
The officers deserve to see a video of their own actions, and to see themselves being punished when they make mistakes that harm the public, their own safety and those of others.”
The officers have also said that they are “committed to transparency” and that “we will be releasing the video at the end of this investigation.”
So far, so good.
But now, it’s back to the video of the man being shot, which shows a man who has been accused of assaulting a police lieutenant being shot in the head.
As you can see in the video above, the officer’s face is covered in blood, and his face is clearly visible on the dashcam video.
The officer is still firing his weapon.
The footage shows the man walking toward the officer with a knife.
“I don’t think we have a lot to go on,” San Jose resident Jennifer Johnson told ABC News.
“It’s not like this is a normal situation, and this is something that’s very unusual.”
Johnson is a social worker and is an advocate for mentally ill people, especially the mentally ill.
She has seen too many people killed by police.
“People who are in mental hospitals, you have a few minutes of your life where you feel like your life is in danger, and you can’t get your bearings and get back in your life,” she said.
Johnson said she has a feeling that the officer was “acting like a hero” when he shot the man, but that the video “isn’t really revealing what really happened.”
“It just shows that the police officer was not following protocol,” Johnson said.
It’s the latest episode in a series of officer-involved shootings in San Jose that have caused a national debate over the police relationship with the community. “
He’s supposed to be the hero, but he’s acting like he’s a hero and he was doing everything that he had to do.”
It’s the latest episode in a series of officer-involved shootings in San Jose that have caused a national debate over the police relationship with the community.
A federal judge has already ruled that the department’s use of force policy is unconstitutional, and that the city should be removed from the Police Bureau.
And after a grand jury indicted three officers for murder in the killing of the homeless man, the city announced it will take over the investigation of the shooting, and it will open an internal investigation into whether the officers violated department policies.
“We’ve seen in other places that this kind of stuff is happening all the time, and I don’t know if it’s going to change in San José, but I think it’s important that people know that it is not going to be tolerated in this city,” Johnson added.
The shooting of the mentally disabled man has sparked widespread outrage in San Francisco, and local activists have demanded the city release the officer-turned-independent investigator.
The district attorney’s race is in doubt as well.
The Democratic nominee for mayor has said the shooting of an unarmed man was “an unjustified use of deadly force.”
And in San Mateo County, where the shooting took place, the police union has accused the district attorney of “playing politics” by not pressing charges.
In the end it was the community