Bodycam Footage Shows Police Shootout in Tulsa, Oklahoma
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Bodycam Footage Shows Police Shootout in Tulsa, Oklahoma

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Body camera footage released by Tulsa Police captures the moment John Terry Chatman Jr., 34 shooting at police in a QuikTrip parking lot last Tuesday. Chatman was shot during the altercation. Chatman possessed a 32 caliber revolver and ammunition after prior felony convictions, attempted to kill a Tulsa police officer, and carried and discharged a firearm during a crime of violence. federal grand jury returned an indictment against John Terry Chatman, Jr., 34, of Tulsa, charging him with Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Ammunition, Obstruction of Justice by Attempting to Kill a Witness, and Carrying, Using, and Discharging a Firearm During and in Relation to a Crime of Violence.

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24 Replies to “Bodycam Footage Shows Police Shootout in Tulsa, Oklahoma”

  1. Why would he fuckin reach!! You shot him like 5 fuckin times!! You really think he would try to FUCKIN reach!! Help that fucker out.

  2. 99.9% of these people getting shot has to do with them not doing what they're told to do. Doesn't have a 'damn' thing to do with any police brutality.

  3. Fuck all y’all man only justifying this because he’s black fuck all y’all bitch ass phonies Black lives matter too

  4. Tbag you do not know anything about rights learn them before you defend these hipocrits they're the gang members not us wake up

  5. He had to have warrants to act like this knowing the gun would be another charge and more time. But if he didn’t have any warrants then the cops probably would have just made them park and get a ticket and walk home and he could have left his gun in the car.

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