Car Dealership Surveillance Cameras Reveal Last Moments of Christian Taylor's Life

The footage apparently shows the unarmed 19-year-old Texas student jumping on vehicles and smashing a windshield before being confronted and shot by police.
1:53 | 08/10/15

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Triggering national unrest and national conversation about the use of police force. Kendis Gibson reports. Reporter: Surveillance cameras at this Dallas area car dealership capturing some of the final minutes of 19-year-old Christian Taylor's life. Taylor, a college football player, exits his dark jeep and hops over this barricade into the parking lot. Police receiving a call early Friday morning of a possible burglary in progress. Be advised that the suspect is trying to get into the vehicle through the windshield. Reporter: Watch as Taylor jumps repeatedly on the windshield of this grey mustang, peels back the cracked glass. Before walking off. He returns to his car, drives it through the barricade and around the parking lot, and through the glass showroom. Officers respond. They made verbal contact with Mr. Taylor through the glass wall, instructing him to lie on the ground. Mr. Taylor was not compliant. Reporter: The surveillance cameras do not show what police call a "Confrontation" between Taylor, who was unarmed, and two officers, 49-year-old brad miller and his field training officer. We've got shots fired. Reporter: Miller firing four rounds, striking Taylor multiple times. The decision to use deadly force is one of the most difficult and scrutinized actions a police officer will ever make. Reporter: The FBI now investigating. Taylor's death, adding fuel to protests in Ferguson marking the anniversary of Michael brown's death. I miss you, boy. Reporter: Former officer Darren Wilson cleared of wrongdoing. The town erupting in violence. Ferguson further igniting the "Black lives matter" movement. A "Washington post" analysis shows 24 unarmed black men shot and killed by police this year alone. A statistic not lost on the youngest. I think I'll get killed. Reporter: That's how you feel as an 8-year-old? Yeah. Reporter: Tense hours ahead here in Ferguson as protests are expected tonight.

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