Transcript for North Carolina Jury Sees Video of Accused Cop Speaking About the Shooting
to the late nest that north Carolina case, the police officer there on trial for shooting and killing an unarmed black man looking for help after the accident. For the first time jurors get to hear the police officer's version of what happened. ABC's Reena ninan with the story. Reporter: For the first time we're hearing from the officer who shot and killed unarmed former college football star Jonathan Ferrell. Officer Randall Kerrick seen in this newly released police interrogation video, played in court. He just had a very aggressive posture. Reporter: Describing what happened after he and two other officers arrived at the burglary call in 2013. Home owner calling 911 after the 24-year-old Ferrell came to her door at 2:30 A.M. Looking for help after crashing his car. Ferrell seen in this dash cam video appears to run toward police. So, as he's approaching me, I'm backstepping and I'm yelling, stop, stop, stop! Reporter: The officer explaining what happened just off-screen seconds later. I'm backing up and he's just coming at me even faster. Reporter: Kerrick hitting Ferrell ten times. A jury Monday watching his interrogation video, explaining to detectives just hours after the shooting why he fired so many times. I was yelling for him to stop, stop. Reporter: Kerrick who has pleaded not guilty facesing up to 11 years in prison for "Good morning America," Reena ninan, ABC news, New York.
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