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Saturday, December 18, 2010


New police dash cam video tells full story on gun happy Seattle police officers quick to shoot actions on a Canadian native Indian man. Slain John T. Williams a aspiring wood carver artist was gunned down by Seattle's finest in broad daylight.

As the investigation on-folds it shows that the Seattle police officer that killed John T. Williams was negligent and was in no real danger when he relinquished his firearm and shot dead John T. Williams; CSI photo explains John T. Williams carving knife was closed after the shooting incident this Seattle police officers shooting really does not add up to his seemed like a staged act for him, a reason to commit murder by over exaggerating the initial confrontation with late John T. Williams.

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