Police Fire 21 Shots As Unarmed Teens Beg For Their Lives

A shocking dash cam video was recently released that shows then-Officer Alan Brown shooting at a car of three unarmed teens at least 21 times, killing one, on Nov. 6, 2016, in Phenix City, Alabama.

According to the Ledger-Enquirer, Christian Redwine, 17, led Columbus police on a chase and was killed in the gunfire. In the video, Redwine’s 18-year-old passenger, Hannah Wuenschel, is heard on the video begging the police for mercy:

“No! Please! I got shot! Please, no, please! I’m so sorry! Please, I’m so sorry! I’m so sorry, sir! Please get me help! I’m hurting! Please, sir! Please, sir!”

Police are heard saying: “We’ve got one dead in the driver’s seat. Hey! I’ve got two in the car!”

Wuenschel’s cries out: “Oh my God! Oh my God, sir, please call me an ambulance! Please!”

Another passenger, 19-year-old Hunter Tillis was wounded as well.

A Russell County grand jury found that Brown committed no wrongdoing, reported the Ledger-Enquirer in May.

Police insisted that Redwine tried to use the car to run over Brown, but Wuenschel’s lawyer said Redwine was trying only to back out of a hole, which is what the video appears to show.

(Source: Ledger-Enquirer)

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