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GetCocky11
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"You're shot?" "I'm shot, too" - Video of police shootout in Denver
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A police officer was justified in shooting a man suspected of robbing a Capitol Hill convenience store at gunpoint and will not face charges, the Denver District Attorney's Office said Wednesday. Body camera video of the shooting was released by prosecutors. According to District Attorney Beth McCann's decision letter, an employee ran outside and flagged down two Denver police officers on June 13 when Carnell Nelson took out a gun inside the store along a busy section of Colfax Avenue near the state Capitol. McCann says Nelson shot first as police pursued him and struck officer Travis Lloyd in the leg. McCann's letter says Nelson fired five shots and also hit a bystander's foot. McCann says Lloyd fired 13 times, striking Nelson once in the chest. McCann says Lloyd was defending himself and other people on the street when he shot and killed Nelson. Police located two other people who had been injured by gunfire and both were taken to the hospital. A man had a graze wound and was treated and released, and a woman required surgery and ongoing hospitalization for a gunshot wound to her leg. Police believe she was hit by one of the suspect’s bullets, Archer said, and that the man’s injury may have come from a ricocheting bullet from one of the officer’s rounds.


RonFNSwanson
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re: "You're shot?" "I'm shot, too" - Video of police shootout in Denver


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gazelles
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re: "You're shot?" "I'm shot, too" - Video of police shootout in Denver
TIME IS A FLAT CIRCLE


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Hogwall Jackson
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re: "You're shot?" "I'm shot, too" - Video of police shootout in Denver
Wow, I was just over there in June. Really makes you think.


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Mid Iowa Tiger
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re: "You're shot?" "I'm shot, too" - Video of police shootout in Denver
I watched the video. Good shoot dude was ice after getting shot.

at the 2:14 mark the CityVet is owned by a friend of mine. I am going to have to tell him one of his clinics is not in a good area.

Also, not sure a TQ was needed, not much blood loss from what I saw...
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CoachChappy
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re: "You're shot?" "I'm shot, too" - Video of police shootout in Denver
The quality imaging of these videos is amazing for such a small camera.


Kingpenm3
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re: "You're shot?" "I'm shot, too" - Video of police shootout in Denver
Who shot the lady on the ground?


VaBamaMan
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re: "You're shot?" "I'm shot, too" - Video of police shootout in Denver
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Who shot the lady on the ground?


Suspect based on angles. They were directly behind the officers.

Adrenaline is a hell of a drug. Dude had to be told to "sit the frick down".
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LSUBFA83
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re: "You're shot?" "I'm shot, too" - Video of police shootout in Denver
"Trav, go sit down"
"I'm good, man."
"I know you're good. Go sit the frick down."


GetCocky11
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re: "You're shot?" "I'm shot, too" - Video of police shootout in Denver
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"Trav, go sit down"
"I'm good, man."
"I know you're good. Go sit the frick down."


Adrenaline is a hell of a thing.


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HDAU
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re: "You're shot?" "I'm shot, too" - Video of police shootout in Denver
Wouldn't a tourniquet do more harm than good if there wasn't enough blood loss to be dangerous? I am not a medical professional but I would think to put pressure on the wound itself, but not try to cut off blood supply to the whole leg.


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