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'They are specifically trained only to use deadly force when necessary.
Video extracts from the Marine A incident were released for the first time today.
At the time, government terrorism experts had advised the judges that Sgt Blackman and his family could be at risk from Islamic extremists.
Paul Mott, the deputy head of the government’s Research Information and Communications Unit, said at the time that the video was 'a gift in propaganda terms’.
Mac Kenzie said the county would investigate whether Crutcher’s civil rights had been violated and if criminal charges should be brought against the officers responsible, assuring that “we will achieve justice in this case.”Danny Williams, the U. attorney for the Northern District of Oklahoma, said the Department of Justice would conduct a separate civil-rights investigation.
As the Marines watch, several bursts of loud gunfire can be heard as the Apache unleashes 139 rounds from its 30mm cannon.The second, Betty Shelby, fired the shot that killed him.Shelby, who has served as an officer in Tulsa since 2011, was placed on paid leave.Three officers join her, obscuring the camera’s view of Crutcher. One of the officers’ voices can be heard saying, “Shots fired.”The department identified two officers involved in the shooting, according to the Associated Press.The first, Tyler Turnbough, was said to have fired a stun gun at Crutcher.