SNIPPET:  SOURCE – “Officials say around 7 p.m., multiple officers with the United States Marshals Service – Gulf Coast Regional Fugitive Task Force encountered Brandon Webber, 20, wanted on multiple warrants, outside of a home in the 2000 block of Durham Street as he was getting into a vehicle. While attempting to stop the individual, he reportedly rammed his vehicle into the officers’ vehicles multiple times before exiting with a weapon. The officers fired striking and killing Webber. No officers were injured in the shooting.

Following the incident, residents began gathering at the scene. Some threw rocks and bottles at officers — 24 were injured. Police car windows were smashed out and nearby stores were looted. At least two protesters were arrested.

According to WMC reporter Janice Broach, Webber was wanted for shooting a man five times who was trying to sell a car in…”

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2 thoughts on “Black Man Shot by Cops in Memphis, Sparking Riots, Was Wanted For Shooting Man 5 Times

    1. What about it, you cannot pull up another indecent to prove another indecent to be bad. I am not playing your chase the rabbits game, so I will not even look at your link, but I will say this, it is totally possible the case you link to is a real instance of police brutality and a real unjust use of lethal force by that cop. Our cops are not perfect and some should not even be cops.

      And I will counter with this.
      WATCH: Proportionality Shows Almost 100% of Police Contacts With Citizens DO NOT RESULT IN EXCESSIVE FORCE

    2. https://exposingcopwatchers.com/2018/06/17/proportionality-shows-almost-100-of-police-contacts-with-citizens-do-not-result-in-excessive-force/
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