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The footage shows the San Francisco police officer firing the Taser to “disperse” both the crowd and the suspect during the Nov. 17 incident in Walnut Creek.
The footage, now available on the city’s public record website, shows the officer then firing two more rounds into Kenton Russell, a UC Berkeley student who allegedly made threatening gestures at the officer and tried to walk away.
“Hey, hey, hey, hey,” the officer can be heard yelling, as he fires the Taser, “What are you doing?”
San Francisco police officer fired Taser into man who died: SF mom
After the Taser strikes the victim twice, the officer follows the teen into his home before firing another two shots into his head. The incident ends shortly after 11 p.m.
“The public deserves to know what happened and what is at stake if use-of-force policy is not reformed,” said Walnut Creek Police Chief James Booe at a news conference on Monday. “We must do everything we can to prevent this from happening again.”
On Nov. 16, the department held a community listening session to discuss police use of force policies after the death of Russell. Booe says he learned about the event for the first time and was “offended and shocked” to find out it took place behind closed doors. He said he was also offended that attendees were told not