Bodycam footage reveals the shocking split-second decision a cop made to shoot dead an armed man running away from him at a wedding.
A fatal police shooting was captured on an Oklahoma officer’s bodycam and reveals the stark split second decision he made.
Muskogee police officer Chansey McMillin killed Terence D. Walker on Saturday when the 21-year-old ran away after being confronted outside a wedding.
Officer McMillin gave chase after Walker bolted when frisked outside the church and fired five times as Walker turned to face him momentarily – armed with a gun, according to McMillin.
The shocking incident took only one minute to unfold from the time that McMillin arrived at the Old Agency Baptist Church to its fatal conclusion.
McMillin had responded to a call that Walker had threatened an ex-girlfriend during the day allegedly telling her he ‘had a bullet with her name on it’.
The bodycam shows that McMillin walks towards Walker in the parking lot and asks him to produce both his hands, which Walker does.
Read more: Daily Mail