Video Reveals Orange County Deputies Fatally Shoot Homeless Black Man

California officers launched disturbing video of an encounter between two Orange County deputies and a homeless Black man who was accused of jaywalking earlier than he was fatally shot after a battle.

Final week, the Orange County Sheriff’s Division launched a dashcam video of the tragic incident, together with mobile phone footage from a bystander, and surveillance video from a close-by resort in San Clemente. The deadly capturing of the sufferer recognized as Kurt Andras Reinhold, which occurred in September, triggered protests in opposition to the usage of extreme police power along with a lawsuit, in keeping with The OC Register.

KCAL reported that the video reveals the moments main as much as the lethal capturing. As the 2 deputies are talking, one in all them will be heard disagreeing over whether or not to cease Reinhold. He’s heard on video saying, “Don’t make case legislation.”

The opposite deputy says, ‘Nicely, there it’s, he’s jaywalking,’ and, in response, the primary deputy says, ‘It’s managed.”

The Orange County Sheriff’s Division launched the next assertion:

“At present the Orange County Sheriff’s Division launched a Essential Incident Video depicting the deputy-involved capturing that occurred in San Clemente, Calif. on September 23, 2020.

“With a view to foster better public belief with the neighborhood we serve, the Orange County Sheriff’s Division will publish Essential Incident Movies about incidents the place the actions of division members within the efficiency of their duties are more likely to have a big influence on the Division, neighborhood, residents, or every other particular person, and/or incidents involving the usage of lethal power or power leading to severe bodily damage.”

Final week, the household launched an announcement by their legal professional that said, “The brand new footage launched by the OC Sheriff’s workplace at this time confirms what we knew all alongside – the concerned deputies had no cause to cease Mr. Reinhold.

“The Officers will be heard disagreeing about whether or not he had jaywalked or not since he had crossed on the managed intersection.

“Mr. Reinhold wasn’t in misery and didn’t pose any hazard to himself or anybody else. If he wasn’t a Black man, this cease by no means would’ve occurred, not to mention the capturing that takes his life.”