Georgia Police Shoot Boy Who Answered Door 'Armed' With Nintendo Wii RemoteChris | InformationLiberation
Feb. 19, 2014
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Georgia police officers serving a warrant shot and killed 17-year-old Christopher Roupe when he answered his door "armed" with a Wii remote, which the officer allegedly mistook for a gun.
The police were serving a probation violation warrant for his father, Christopher was not involved.
A witness said the trigger happy female officer who shot him allegedly started sobbing and had a breakdown after realizing what she had done.
Nonetheless, she told the Georgia Bureau of Investigation Roupe pointed a gun at her when he opened the door.
The officers involved were placed on paid leave while the state investigates.
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