Transcript for Newly Released Video Shows Moments Before Police Shooting
We move on to video raising questions about a deadly police shooting showing the moments before an unarmed man was killed and the widow speaking out and kayna kayna has the story. This is the Mesa police. Reporter: Watch in this newly released body cam video as Mesa, Arizona, police officers swarm a hotel room following reports of a man pointing a gun out the window. The officers crouching down taking defensive positions. Listen to my instructions or it's going to become very uncomfortae for you. Reporter: Inside 26-year-old Daniel shaver a father of two in town for his pest control business having drinks along with two other guests at the hotel. According to authorities, he had two pellet guns he used for work inside the room. That's where the video released by police ends. According to transcripts from the body cam video ex-close soufanly obtained by ABC news, shaver then comes out unarmed following officer's commands to crawl towards them begging them not to shoot. But officer Philip Brailsford fires five times killing the young father. Later telling investigators he thought shaver was reaching for a weapon. I perceived this as a threat. It was just a scary situation. Reporter: But the investigation report indicating shaver was just trying to pull his shorts up as they were falling off. He was executed. He was begging for his life. It tore me apart how mean that they were to him. Reporter: Officer Brailsford now facing charges of second degree murder. His attorney telling ABC news he was following his training and all procedures. But shaver's widow now demanding the release of the full body camera video. The video is going to be very black and white. I know my husband. He still would have tried following as best to his ability and they didn't give him the chance. Reporter: For "Good morning America," kayna Whitworth, ABC news, Los Angeles.
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