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Newly Released Audio Recording Of College Student Cameron Redus Shot 6 Times By Police









You can hear Redus telling the officer he is scared and during the pat down says: 'Are you going to rape me right now?'
Carter then tells him to put his hands behind his back as he is under arrest.

The struggle then heats up as the pair fight for control. At one point Redus accuses the officer of choking him.
He then tells Carter: 'You are pathetic. Are you going to shoot me if I don't stop?'
'Is that what cops do? They shoot people.'



All the while Carter keeps telling Redus to stop, but he refuses to listen.

Redus then says: 'You piece of s***'. Carter then fires six shots at close range, killing Redus.
The student's family have said he was never aggressive or confrontational but, according to Corporal Carter, Cameron tried to beat him with his own baton after he was pulled over for driving erratically.

His parents, Mickey and Valerie Redus, and their other sons, released a statement last year saying they were 'devastated' by the autopsy findings.

'We are stunned to learn that Cameron was shot in the back from very close range. The report also shows that the shot to his eye was delivered at a downward angle, again from very close range,' they wrote. 'That knowledge, coupled with information from the earlier police report indicating that Cameron died on his back with his legs underneath him, has left us heartbroken and shaken to the core.'

The family added that they did not condone his decision to drive while under the influence, but said they were 'thankful' he arrived home safely without harming anyone else on the night in question. They added: 'Cameron’s mistakes do not negate the amazing and productive life he lived nor the loving, encouraging and compassionate person that he was.

'While mistakes do bear consequences, the extreme and brutal results of Cameron’s encounter with Officer Carter far exceed the magnitude of his mistakes.'




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