Utah police shooting video released

Utah police shooting video released

Utah police shooting video released

Authorities in Salt Lake city released footage on Monday from a federal courtroom that shows a US marshal shooting dead a defendant as he attempted to attack a witness with a pen.

It shows Angilau, a member of the Tongan Crip gang, calmly rising from his seat beside his attorney during the witness testimony and grabbing his lawyer's pen. US District Judge John Dowdell decided to make the video public after he dismissed a lawsuit brought by Angilau's family claiming excessive force.

He said: 'Angilau was in custody, but he essentially had escaped custodial control for those seconds during which he was executing his plan to assault the witnesses. "His attack was stopped by the shots that Jane Doe rapidly fired, in less than one and one-half seconds". He is behind the witness stand.

Salt Lake City's U.S. District Court released courtroom video of the 2014 shooting on Monday, almost four years after the 25-year-old defendant was shot four times.

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Someone is heard yelling: "Whoa, whoa, whoa", but before any officers could react, Angilau sprinted toward the witness and leaped with his right arm cocked overhead with the pen in hand. At that point, the video cuts out. Faces of the marshal and jurors are blurred to obscure their identities.

KSL reported an FBI investigation also cleared the deputy of any wrongdoing.

The Angilau family contended the marshal used excessive force on a man armed with only a pen.

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The Angilau family attorney, Bob Sykes, said Monday morning he had not yet had an opportunity to discuss an appeal with his clients but hoped to do so "shortly".

Angilau's family filed a wrongful death lawsuit, claiming the shooting was "particularly unreasonable, reckless and constitutionally excessive".

"We applaud Magistrate Judge Paul Cleary's decision in November finding the courtroom security video to be a matter of public record, and U.S. District Judge John Dowdell's order on Friday upholding that ruling", McKenzie Romero, the president of Utah Headliners and a Deseret News reporter, said in a statement.

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The Utah Media Coalition fought for a year for Dowdell to release the footage, according to KUTV in Salt Lake City.

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