Here's the story
I don't know if I'd want to see the video! The one thing you have to remember is that videos can leave you with the impression that you "saw" with your own eyes everything but that's not necessarily true depending on the angle and editing and what not.
I realize that there probably are plenty of bad cops.....but I still tend to want to side with the cops usually. The guy was an unarmed military vet.....that's a fact. But it's also a fact that he was driving 100 mph, refused to pull over, led
the cops on a high speed chase that ended with him smashing into a wall and how does the cop know he's unarmed? I would imagine that sort of situation sends your adrenaline into overdrive and everything happens really fast. And all cops want to go back to their homes and family at the end of the day so such situations probably put you in a "survival mode." It will be interesting to hear more about what happened but I wouldn't place any judgement on the cop just yet even if I saw the video.......at least I don't think I would.