The fact it's murder makes it tough. Thanks. Another video of that shooting rampage in Albuquerque in October wounding four policemen and leading police on a 16-mile chase through the city streets.... See More
The fact it's murder makes it tough. Thanks. Another video of that shooting rampage in Albuquerque in October wounding four policemen and leading police on a 16-mile chase through the city streets. The video looking like something out of a Hollywood movie. ABC's Ryan Owens has this story. Shots fired. Reporter: The video is heart stopping. A rare glimpse inside a police shooting as it goes down. This video is so shaky because it comes from lapel cameras worn on the uniforms of police officers in New Mexico. As they were ambushed last October. 35-year-old Christopher chase dressed in body armor and cam mow and carrying an assault rifle told witnesses to call police, that he was waiting for them. Chase, who had cop killer tattooed on his knuckles fired on the first officer to show up. Carjacked his police cruiser and led other officers on a chase through Albuquerque. He shot three more cops inside their cruisers. She's been shot. I need paramedics. Breathe, breathe. Reporter: Before chase was hit eight times and killed. I walked up on him. He ahead. Reporter: He had a deep-seated hatred for law enforcement. He was determined to kill or injury as many officers as possible. We don't know any other motive besides that. Reporter: All four of the officers survived but one is still recovering after a bullet severed an artery in her leg. As far as my leg, it's going to be a while. I have maybe two more surgeries coming up. Reporter: Still, she's eager to get back on the beat. Back to a job these cameras remind us can be a terribly dangerous one. For "Good morning America," Ryan Owens, ABC news, Los Angeles.
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