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Published on Dec 18, 2012
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Manteca, CA -- Attorneys for Ernesto Duenez Jr., 34, showed the video, which was recorded by a camera in the cop's patrol car on June 8, 2011, at a press conference in Oakland, California on Wednesday. It shows police waiting for Duenez, who was wanted in connection with a domestic violence incident that day, to arrive at a friend's home. They swoop on the home once he arrives in a pickup truck. Duenez, a passenger in the truck, can be seen climbing across the seats and opening a door as Manteca police officer James Moody runs towards the vehicle with his gun drawn and immediately opens fire. The decedent, Duenez was struck multiple times (11 to be exact). No gun, or knife was recovered by law enforcement. See also: Police Fire 137 bullets, killing 2 @ http://youtu.be/AxJSFDLPQfA.
T.A.D. Note: There is clearly some history between the officer and the decedent (Duenez). The officer (James Moody) recognizes the decedent (Duenez) on sight and repeatedly refers to him by first name.