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Video shows Shreveport Louisiana police plant gun in body cam footage of black man murder during traffic stop

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The Shreveport, Louisiana, police department has hired the TOP photoshop editor worldwide to add a gun in the body cam footage of a man named Joseph Dewayne Taylor to make it seem like Taylor having a gun is why he was killed.

Taylor didn’t have a gun.

Joseph Dewayne Taylor

Shreveport police pulled over Taylor on the night of Sunday, April 23, around 9:31 p.m. at Mansfield Road and Valleyview Drive.

According to police, during the traffic stop, “a struggle ensued with an armed occupant of the vehicle,” and officers shot and killed him.

Video footage taken by men at a traffic light nearby shows the moments Shreveport police killed Taylor while he was lying facedown on his stomach.

WATCH VIDEO:

Bodycam footage released by Shreveport police on May 10, attempts to show Taylor exiting his vehicle with a gun, but according to their version of him exiting the car in slow-motion, shows that the gun they claimed Taylor had was photoshopped into his hands. And the same way they slowed it down for us to see the gun is the same way they slowed it down to add the gun in the video.

These officers had no legal right to kill Taylor because according to THEIR video, he didn’t have a gun. THEY PUT ONE IN HIS HANDS IN THE VIDEO. And please don’t tell us to not believe our eyes because we see the footage, we see y’all corruption and we been knew’d y’all was doing this to get away with MURDERING black folk.

Now, look at this video. Why haven’t we seen the gun y’all said Taylor had? Only an edited body cam footage? Why not the actual physical evidence?

WATCH SHREVEPORT BODYCAM WITH EDITED GUN THEY ADDED:

Taylor was the father of two and his family says he loved to play spades.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Aside from killing unarmed black men and women police have reached a new all time low. I thought the body cam was put in place to exclude any dispute of wrong doing by both the civilian and police so why are they able to edit any parts of the recording at all and they should not have access to footage once their shift ends and body cam is turned in.
    This is why people record them and before we know it they will be tampering with their dash cam if they have not already. I hope they are charged with tampering right along with murder.

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Hi, my name is Gerald Jackson and I am 28-years-old. I was born and raised in Troy, Alabama. I currently reside in North Carolina. I am a Journalist, Influencer, Content Creator, and a Man of Faith! I don't shy away from the truth, always speak my mind, and before I take anything back, I'll add more to it. Follow me on my social media below to keep up with my personal life. LOL!

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