Second video emerges in police shooting of man with hands raised


WASHINGTON: A second video has emerged in an incident in which two Texas police officers shoot and kill a man who appears to have had his hands up. The new video shows “ a “very clear view” of the confrontation, Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood said Tuesday. LaHood said it was unclear what the suspect’s intent was in raising his hands and cautioned against a rush to judgment. The shooting was first seen by the public in cell phone footage obtained by a local TV station, KSAT, and available on its website, which shows two San Antonio-area sheriff’s deputies shooting 41-year-old Gilbert Flores Friday after they responded to a domestic disturbance call.



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