Police shoot at six young 'Originals' who allegedly stole a car





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Published on Apr 23, 2012

The allegedly stolen car had six young Aborigines, aged between 13 and 24, inside of it when the police drew their guns and fired through the windscreen.

The driver elected to attempt an escape, so we are told, and tasers were useless in this situation so they pulled their Glocks and let loose. But then shooting the driver was no guarantee that the car would stop - it could have caused greater mayhem.

Troy Taylor, who was the alleged driver, had been wounded twice, once in the chest and an arm/shoulder wound. Troy had a wound to his neck and he was seen to be bleeding profusely from his wound. Troy was dragged from the car seat, with force that would have caused him further pain. Then the officer doing the extraction is seen laying into Troy with his fist.

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