Transcript for 2 police officers turn themselves in, nearly 3 years after fatal shooting
And back here in the U.S. Tonight, and two U.S. Park police officers have now been charged with manslaughter for the killing of an unarmed driver. Authorities say officers fired ten times into the vehicle. Here's ABC's Adrienne Bankert tonight. Reporter: Tonight, two us park police officers turning themselves in, nearly three years after officials say they shot an unarmed motorist. Dash cam video shows officers Lucas vineyard and Alejandro Amaya chasing 25-year-old Bijan ghaisar, after he left the scene of a crash where he was rear-ended. The officers attempting to approach his vehicle twice with guns pointed at the car. Both times ghaisar pulling away. The third time, officers block the 25-year-old, approaching the SUV, again guns drawn. The SUV moves slightly. The officers then open fire into the car. In all, ten shots were fired. In 2019, the justice department found Vinyard and Amaya had not committed any federal civil rights violations. The officers have claimed that they fired in self-defense after ghaisar drove his SUV at officer Amaya. A state investigation followed, and the officers are now charged with manslaughter and reckless discharge of a firearm. Ghaisar's family now reacting to the charges. Grand jury had reached a decision, so, we just felt so thankful to them, almost never is there any justice. Reporter: Now, because they are federal officers, they could have state immunity. Both have been released on bond. Their hearing is set for late November. Adrienne, thank you.
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