By Bob Owens
Four Georgia deputies who fired 19 shots in just seconds after a suspect opened fire on them in an October 2015 shootout have been cleared by a grad jury that had access to body cameras worn by three of the four officers.
Four officers involved in a deadly shooting of a suspect last October have been found legally justified by a Chatham County Grand Jury.
Officers Michael Gonzales, Daniel Kang, Ruben Colon and John Hauber were cleared Monday.
They were all involved in the shooting of Tyrie Cuyler. Cuyler was a convicted felon who pulled a gun at that stop, shooting three times, hitting both Colon and Gonzales.
The Grand Jury got to see the entire event for themselves through the 3 body cameras the officers were wearing.
The GBI report shows that the officers fired 19 shots at Cuyler after he fired, and as he tried to escape.
That same report also adds that Cuyler was carrying a .38 caliber Smith and Wesson revolver with a handle wrapped in electrical tape in an apparent attempt to no leave fingerprints.
Tyrie Cuyler was a convicted felon and rape suspect who pulled a gun and shot two officers as …Read the Rest
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