Cops Unload 137 Bullets Into Car That 'Shot' At Police HQ -- Find No WeaponChris | InformationLiberation
Dec. 03, 2012
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A Cleveland officer thought a car fired a bullet at their police headquarters, police responded by engaging in a massive police chase which eventually ended with 13 police shooting 137 shots at the suspected "shooter's" car, riddling it with bullets and killing the male driver and female passenger, they even hit their fellow officers' cars with friendly fire. After searching the vehicle police found no weapons. Additionally, no evidence was found a bullet was shot outside the police's headquarters.
Cleveland, East Cleveland officials seek answers after police chase ends with 13 officers firing 137 shots, 2 people dead:
EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio — With 13 Cleveland police officers firing 137 rounds and killing two people following a chase Thursday night, city leaders are seeking answers and could ask for a civil rights investigation.East Cleveland chief: No weapon found in chase suspects' car, no evidence of shootout:
EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio - There was no gun inside the suspects’ car involved in the high-speed chase that ended with gunfire Thursday night, East Cleveland Police Chief Ralph Spotts said.Deadly police chase from Cleveland into East Cleveland brings questions, leaves families sorrowful:
Follmer said the police union was unnerved that McGrath called it a “very regrettable situation” that “hurts” his department.All 13 officers involved in the shooting have been placed on paid leave.
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