The Sam DuBose videos first released by Prosecutor Deters don’t show as much as what was released in the days following Deters’ press conference. See this unedited video:
Then, the UK’s Guardian newspaper published the following:
Samuel DuBose: body-camera video shows 360-degree view of police killing
Thursday, July 30, 2015
A synced-up video of body camera footage from three University of Cincinnati police officers – Ray Tensing, Phillip Kidd and David Lindenschimdt – reveals the dramatic aftermath of the police shooting of a 43-year-old unarmed black man.
It shows that both officers were behind Tensing at the time he shot DuBose, but both backed claims the officer had been ‘dragged’. These claims were used to justify the shooting, but were later dismissed as false by the county prosecutor who charged Tensing with murder. Kidd and Lindenschimdt have also been placed on leave
Then, there came news that the two officers with Ray Tensing will not be prosecuted in spite of the fact that not only did they corroborate Tensing’s story, but they, themselves, have been involved in police brutality incidents of their own. According to the LA Times: