Transcript for Bodycam shows Texas officer shooting a woman to death inside her home
We want to begin with an investigation into a police shooting in Texas. An officer responding to a neighbor's call. Now there's outrage over a woman's death. Put your hands up. Show me your hands. Reporter: The deadly encounter lasting only seconds. This morning growing outrage over the death of 28-year-old at Jefferson shot by an officer in her own home. She was massacred in her own house. She wasn't killed. She was murdered. Reporter: Police releasing this body camera video saying the white Fort Worth officer was there to perform a welfare check. He arrived around 2:35 Saturday morning when Jefferson's concerned neighbor called police after noticing her lights were on and the front door open. No domestic violence or arguing, nothing they should have been concerned as far as them coming with guns drawn to my neighbor's house. Reporter: The video appearing to show the officer walking the perimeter of the home. He's not heard identifying himself. Later looking through a window with a flashlight and shouting commands and firing. Put your hands up. Show me your hands. They heard someone creeping around outside. She went to investigate at the window. An officer was on the other side who shouted commands. Before she had a moment to respond, he shot her to death. Reporter: That neighbor questioning his decision to call police. I feel bad. Had I not called the police department she would probably still be alive today. Reporter: Fort Worth police officials say they recovered a gun in the house. They didn't say whether the officer saw it before he shot Jefferson. The department saying they're committed to completing an extremely thorough investigation. Fort Worth police are looking through the footage. They're looking for witnesses. The officer involved has been with the department since April last year. He's now on administrative leave. A lot of questions to track down. Let's switch gears and get
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