It took only 11 seconds before cops opened fire on Brown. As the video shows, Brown is attempting to comply with the deputies by opening the door to get out and surrender. After the shooting, the Pasco Sheriff's Office refused to release the video from inside the vehicle, claiming it was confidential. When The Times Told the sheriff's office planned They are publishing the video, Lindsay Moore, the office's general counsel, Claimed the "video portions depicting the death of Mr. The sheriff's office paid it out without admitting liability in the case.
According to the Times, Sheriff's Office Spokeswoman Amanda Hunter Said her ex-settled "out of respect for Mr. Brown's family. Hunter stressed that the State Attorney's Office had determined the use of force was justified in 2014 and that an internal Sheriff's Office review cleared the shooting. She declined to allow the Times to speak with either of the deputies who shot Brown. According to the sheriff's office both of the cops who opened fire on an unarmed man, executing him in broad daylight, are both still gainfully employed with the department. Residents of Pasco County beware.