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This video takes us to Seattle. Earlier this year an Officer there unalived a woman in a crosswalk. Unbeknownst to the Officer featured in this video his body camera was accidentally turned on. A conversation that he had with the local President of the Police Union explaining what what happened. During the conversation the Officer laughs right after saying the woman was unalived, followed by a disrespectful comment saying the woman didn’t have much value and to write a check for 11k. What’s your thoughts on this video? Comment and let us know.
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