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His furry, horned headdress and tattoos made Jake Angeli easily recognizable in the mob that took over the U. Shaver said, "Please don't shoot me". Upon being hempe to crawl, Shaver put his hands down and crawled on all fours. While crawling towards the officers, Shaver paused and moved his right hand towards his waistband. Officer Philip Brailsford, who later testified he believed that Shaver was reaching for a weapon, then opened fire with his AR rifle, striking Shaver five times and killing him almost instantly.
Shaver was unarmed and may have been attempting to prevent his shorts from slipping down.
Shaver's wife requested that the Mesa Police Department release bodycam escortss of the event. In a recording released by Shaver's wife, purportedly of a meeting between her and Maricopa County prosecutors, she was told that she could watch the video only if she agreed not to discuss its contents with the press.
On May 25,Myers ordered portions of the video released. The released video omits the shooting itself. The redacted version includes footage from Brailsford's dscorts camera up to the time when someone exits Shaver's hotel room and footage from another officer's camera while he escorts a woman from the room.
In early Marchthe Maricopa County Attorney's Office announced it would pursue second-degree murder charges against Brailsford in relation to the incident. According to a statement by the county attorney, "after carefully escots the relevant facts and circumstances, we have determined that the use of deadly physical force was not justified in this instance. Later that month, the Mesa Police Department fired Brailsford, citing several policy violations and unsatisfactory performance.
In the official police report of the incident, Brailsford defended his actions, saying that Shaver crawling towards the officers was Shaver "trying to gain a position of advantage in order to gain a better firing position on us". Shaver had indeed crawled towards the officers after one of them instructed him to.
The report stated: "Shaver was co-operative, but sometimes confused by the commands and because of his possible intoxication".
Four months after the shooting, Charles Langley, the officer who gave orders to Shaver, retired from the department. By DecemberLangley had emigrated to the Philippines.
Brailsford's trial for second-degree murder was originally scheduled for February A defense motion challenging the state's probable cause to send the case to trial; appeals to the Arizona Supreme Court over the release of controversially redacted footage from Brailsford's body camera made a February trial unrealistic. Brailsford faced up to 25 years temppe prison if found guilty of second-degree murder.
On December 7,after a six week trial, a jury acquitted Brailsford of all charges. Ecorts in Decemberit was revealed that Brailsford had been involved in a prior incident in regarding an arrest of teenagers in a store. During the arrest, Brailsford was recorded on video throwing a teenager against a shelf, putting escortts teenager in a headlock, then slamming the teenager ohurs the ground. At the time, the incident was publicized but Brailsford was not named by a witness to the arrest, who alleged excessive force because hpurs teenagers "weren't doing anything".
A spokesman for the Mesa Police Department said that the department "looked at" the incident and "administratively cleared" Brailsford, because "police work sometimes isn't pretty". In JanuaryBrailsford filed for bankruptcy. In AugustBrailsford was reinstated by the Mesa Police Department, staying for a further 42 days in what the department described as a "budget position". The department agreed to reimburse Brailsford for medical expenses related to posttraumatic stress disorder PTSD.
Brailsford's lawyer has said that Brailsford suffered PTSD due to his shooting of Shaver and the resultant criminal trial.
The reinstatement allowed Brailsford to apply for "accidental disability" suffered during the course of work. As a result, Brailsford was unanimously approved to be retired on medical grounds. The fact that Brailsford was ultimately medically retired instead of remaining fired was only revealed to the public edcorts July This is the latest accepted revisionreviewed on 7 January The Atlantic.
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