Posted August 30, 2018 08:01:03The man who saved the life of a mall cop was a good cop.
The video of the incident was released in the wake of another tragic shooting involving a police officer.
But that wasn’t enough for the victim.
In January, a former Northside Mall cop, Aaron Hernandez, shot and killed Odin Lloyd, a 25-year-old man, in the mall parking lot.
Lloyd was standing outside a Macy’s on Northridge Drive, about 50 yards from where Hernandez was shooting when the shooting happened.
He died of his injuries on July 22.
The shooting happened just a few blocks away from the Macy’s where a 22-year old man was shot and injured in November. “
I think I probably would have been in a different place.”
The shooting happened just a few blocks away from the Macy’s where a 22-year old man was shot and injured in November.
Both were killed.
The victim, Lloyd, was on the ground, handcuffed, and bleeding from a gunshot wound to his chest.
He was taken to University Hospital in critical condition, and later died.
On Monday, police released video from surveillance cameras at the mall.
The video shows Hernandez approaching the car and saying something to Lloyd before the officer fires two shots.
The second shot hits Lloyd in the head, but it is unclear if he was hit by the bullet or a second bullet struck him in the back of the head.
The two officers are not on camera.
But the video is just a snapshot of the scene, and there are other things that can happen.
The car that Hernandez was driving is not an unmarked, police-issue patrol car.
It is a Mercedes-Benz, a popular vehicle used by police officers.
The footage also shows the car, which was parked in the parking lot with the driver’s side door open, with the doors open.
The passenger door is closed, which means the driver is inside the vehicle and not in the passenger seat.
The Mercedes is in plain sight.
The officers who are shooting at Lloyd can be seen in the background.
The police dashboard camera recording is not being played in court.
But the police department says they have identified the driver, who has not been identified.
The second officer involved in the shooting is on administrative leave, pending an internal investigation.