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Video: Bodycam Footage Shows Utah Cops Shooting an Unarmed 13-Year-Old Autistic Boy Linden Cameron 11 Times While He Was Running From Them

 

BSO reported on how Cameron’s mom called the cops because she was having issues along with her 13-year-old autistic son.

She explained to them very clearly that he was scared of cops which she needed things to be deesclated.

Instead, they shot her son 11 times.

The Salt Lake City local department released body camera footage of a cop involved shooting that left a 13-year-old boy who has Asperger’s with multiple injuries.

Barton told CNN her son has Asperger’s syndrome and is unable to manage himself. She called police on the day of the shooting requesting assistance for her son who was having a “mental breakdown.”

The bodycam video released Monday shows Barton asking police to subdue her son Cameron and take him to a hospital due to violent threats and unmanageable behavior.

The videos show officers approach the house then begin chasing the boy, at one point breaking through a wooden fence. Cameron is seen walking slowly while ignoring demands to get on the ground.

An officer opens fire and eleven shots are often heard on the recordings. Cameron rolls over on the ground, saying, “I don’t feel good,” and then, “Tell my mom i love her.

This was a child with special needs running away rightfully so from violent cops.

They shot the child 11 times and still nobody has been arrested. Thankfully the child is still alive but is in critical condition at hospital.

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