Posted September 1, 2015 3:00 pm by Comments

By Robert Farago

TTAG reader Richard Cuellar writes:

If you’ve been following the news lately, you probably saw the body cam video of University of Cincinatti officer Ray Tensing shooting Sam Dubose during a traffic stop about a month ago. And you probably also saw the torrent of commentary about the video claiming it shows a cold blooded execution and attempted cover up. A grand jury returned an indictment for murder in the first degree, and the Hamilton county prosecutor declared quite publicly that his office would pursue the charges with extreme prejudice. The defense, meanwhile, claims officer Tensing’s account of the incident is accurate, and intends to prove it in court . . .

With all of the conspiracy theories and conflicting accounts that seem to surround this case, I gave the video a closer look to see if there might be some evidence that contradicts the prosecutor’s version of events. To be honest, I had a problem with the whole premise of the case; why would a man execute another man on camera and try to lie about it? And why would the responding officers immediately support the officer’s claim? I had been told …read more

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