When the agent arrived, 32-year-old Isaiah Brown was talking to the operator
The camcorder video and audio of the 911 call released on Friday night seemed to indicate that a police officer in Virginia accidentally plugged a wireless phone into a black man with a gun before repeatedly shooting the Mafia.
According to a WRC-TV report, Isaiah Brown’s family said that the 32-year-old man suffered a gunshot wound in the intensive care unit outside a house in Spotsylvania County early on Wednesday morning. There were 10 gunshot wounds.
The family’s lawyer, David Haynes, said in a statement: “It is clear that Isaiah Brown’s tragic shooting is completely avoidable.”
The video from the portable camcorder showed that the police rushed to the scene and yelled Brown to raise his hand. The agent then shouted “put down the gun” as if saying on his radio: “He pointed the gun at his head. Then, the police yelled “Don’t come to me, don’t come to me” and “Stop.” Come down, stop,” and fire at least seven times.
The voice of the 911 call indicated that Brown was talking on the phone with the operator when the police officers arrived. The operator told Brown to “raise his hand” when he heard the sirens.
“The agent in question made many basic procedural errors and violated established agreements. “The agent is nearly 50 feet away from the Isaiah. He has never been threatened and should not unload his gun,” Haines said.
The record was released after his family, and the American Civil Liberties Union branch in Virginia sued him.
Police Chief Roger L. Harris pointed out in the video accompanying the publication that a special prosecutor had been appointed for the case and suggested that the recording be released.
Harris added that the unidentified agents have been on administrative leave and the Virginia State Police is investigating.
Brown’s family said his car broke down, and the policeman also helped him by taking him home from the gas station. Tazmon Brown told the TV station that when they arrived, the agent assured them that there was no problem with his brother and he only needed someone to drive.