All Police/Narcotics Officers Need Body Cameras

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Savana Medlin started this petition to U.S. Senate and

July 25, 2018 my brother’s and his girlfriend Sarah Wilson got pulled over in a traffic stop.The police said they pulled both of them over for a  illegal window tent. They said they had probable cause of stopping them.
   They pulled Sarah out of the car from the passenger side.Police said they handcuffed her with her hands behind her back. Then, my brother started to resist knocking off the only body camera there the whole time. At this time there was about 10 officers Including narcotics officers on scene.        
    During the struggle Chesapeake police said that Sarah got a gun from the car and shot herself in the mouth with her hands cuffed behind her back.By standards were there and said that the “cops had shot her”.Many videos came in by bystanders None of which captured the moment of Sarah committing “Suicide” as they supposedly say. 
     Some videos show them saying they were not going to call EMS. Many videos show them coaching the news team on what to say. There was a gas station across the street from where it happened the owner unfortunately said our cameras were not working at that time Isn’t that convenient.                    Our Question how does only one officer show up with a camera at this kind of scene. Answer given Narcotics officers don’t wear Body cameras because they are not wearing uniform. Meaning they can’t be on camera without uniform on. 
    Sign this if you think everyone on scene should be wearing a body camera. Sign this if you think the police should be fired If they all left her on the curb by herself handcuffed. I know that’s not Protocol It’s also protocol To search someone before and after  handcuffing. Sign this if you think it’s impossible to shoot yourself in the mouth handcuffed behind your back. #justiceforsarahwilson we won’t stop tell we get answers ! 

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