Bellaire Officer: I feel horrible for shooting an unarmed man

Apr 16, 2009 Full story:
Officer Jeff Cotton of the Bellaire Police Department says he feels horrible about shooting an unarmed man, and he believes he'll be cleared of his actions. Full Story

Since: Aug 08

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#1 Apr 18, 2009
Yeah, you're always sorry AFTER the shooting, but not thinking that clearly BEFORE.

This was, pure and simple, a racist thing. They didn't even give the kid a chance to prove the vehicle is his.

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