In 2014 Albuquerque Police responded to complaints about a homeless and mentally ill man camping in the mountains above the city. They tried to talk him into leaving for two hours and then it all fell apart – and was captured on police bodycam. Warning: graphic video

Police trainer Jim Glennon explains the officer’s point-of-view on the 2014 Albuquerque Police shooting of a homeless man camping above the city. The officers involved in the shooting were charged with second degree murder. That’s not what Glennon sees. 

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