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The state report quotes Salamoni this way: “Don’t f****** move, or I’ll shoot you in your f****** head.” A struggle, followed by the shooting Sterling then complied but eventually resisted Lake’s attempts to gain control of his hands, the state report says.
Lake twice used a Taser on Sterling, with little to no effect.
Paul said the other officer involved, Howie Lake II, will be suspended for three days without pay for losing his temper during the incident.
The two officers had separate disciplinary hearings Thursday night. ET] (CNN) — Four videos recorded the night an officer shot Alton Sterling in 2016 were released Friday by Baton Rouge police.
Police said they believed Sterling was reaching for a gun.
The Justice Department said in May that evidence couldn’t prove or disprove that Sterling was reaching for a weapon, and that Sterling had a loaded .38-caliber handgun in his pocket.
That comment comes against a backdrop in which Paul’s boss — Mayor Sharon Weston Broome — is on record as saying she believes Salamoni’s firing is warranted.
Salamoni eventually holstered his gun, tackled Sterling to the ground and tried to control Sterling’s right arm, and Lake knelt and tried to control Sterling’s left arm, the state report says.
At one point, the already-released cell phone videos show, someone — Salamoni, according to the state report — shouting, “He’s got a gun!
The woman who raised Sterling, Sandra Sterling, told reporters she’s seen the unreleased videos — and that they will spark more public outrage. videos of Blane Salamoni killing Alton Sterling, you’ll cry again,” Sandra Sterling said.
“And when you cry again, you’ll be telling the Sterling family, ‘I’m sorry.’ ” In a roughly 30-minute surveillance video from the Triple S Convenience store, Sterling is seen at the front of the store before the shooting, sitting at a table selling CDs, smoking cigarettes and listening to rap music, sources with direct knowledge of the investigation told CNN earlier this week.