Police Union Defends Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing

Tensing is out of jail and plans to fight charges.
2:09 | 08/01/15

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Jim, thank you. Turning to Cincinnati tonight. The police officer accused of murder during a traffic stop is now out of jail. The body cam video of the incident showing a different story. Now, two officers have been cleared. Tom llamas is in Cincinnati. Reporter: Tonight, ray tensing receiving serious threats and laying low. Prosecutors announcing they will not charge two other officers after tensing shot Dubose, saying they have been truthful and honest. How's it going, man? Reporter: Just two minutes later, the shooting. Take your seat belt off. Stop! Reporter: Moments later, catching him, and the officers running. Moments later, Phillip kid's body cam turning on. Tensing talking to his colleagues. He was dragging me. Reporter: This is where the stop and shooting took place. Now, university police have jurisdiction throughout the city when it comes to misdemeanors and traffic violations. Tensing has had previous confrontations in traffic stops. Cell phone video shows tensing stopping over a loose bumper. You're not free to go. There's a collaborative agreement with the city that allows that to happen because the students live all around the university, not just on-campus. Reporter: The prosecutor says that tensing should have never became a police officer because of what happened. He's not sure his client will ever want to be a police officer again.

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