Transcript for Newly Released Body Cam Video Shows the Aftermath of the Deadly Police Shooting in Louisiana
We turn next to a deadly police shooting tonight this time at six year old boy with autism is now dead. Two deputy marshals are facing charges for firing at an SUV after a two mile chase. In the passenger seat that six year old boy who did not survive the state police chief now calling the video the most disturbing thing he's seen. Here's ABC's Linda Davis. The public is now getting its first look at this graphic video from a police body camera that captures two deputy city marshals firing at this car. Killing six year old Jeremy name artists and critically wounding his father Christopher few are. The footage from Louisiana last November is now evidence in the murder cases against the two deputies Derrick Stafford and Norris greenhouse junior. The first grader who was all statistics. Was with his father was SUV they were in was shot at multiple times by officers. It's still not clear why they were pursuing the car in the first place the deputies begin shooting at the audio begins. CD officer shooting at few while his hands are raised. A. Defense attorneys argued if you drove recklessly while leading officers on a two mile chase and then rammed into greenhouses car. But not your testimony from a state detective nor the name is video indicates evidence. Of that severed in green house now wait separate trials on second degree murder and attempted second degree murder charges David. Lindsey Davis tonight Lindsay thing.
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