Violent New Video Emerges Of Michigan Police Shooting To Death Homeless Man

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Violent New Video Emerges Of Michigan Police Shooting To Death Homeless Man
by Deborah Hastings
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Source: nydailynews.com
WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES The ACLU released dashboard camera footage showing eight cops firing 46 shots at Milton Hall. The mentally ill man was holding a pen knife.

Dramatic and graphic new video has emerged of a homeless Michigan man being gunned down in a hail of bullets fired by Saginaw police officers in 2012.

Martin Hall, 49, was facing eight screaming officers in a parking lot. A K-9 unit dog was lunging and barking at the homeless and mentally ill man, who was holding a pen knife.

Officers fired 46 times as Hall collapsed and died on the pavement.

<div><div><b>WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES The ACLU released dashboard camera footage showing eight cops firing 46 shots at Milton Hall. The mentally ill man was holding a pen knife.</b></div><div><br></div><div>Dramatic and graphic new video has emerged of a homeless Michigan man being gunned down in a hail of bullets fired by Saginaw police officers in 2012.</div><div><br></div><div>Martin Hall, 49, was facing eight screaming officers in a parking lot. A K-9 unit dog was lunging and barking at the homeless and mentally ill man, who was holding a pen knife.</div><div><br></div><div>Officers fired 46 times as Hall collapsed and died on the pavement.</div><div><br></div><div><img =
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This undated photo provided by Jewel Hall shows her son, Milton Hall, who was shot by police 46 times in Michigan in 2012.  He died at the scene.

Local and federal authorities declined to file charges against the officers, despite a flurry of protests from across the country.

On Monday, the ACLU released violent footage of the incident from a dashboard camera as part of its presentation to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington.

Included in the presentation was footage from an interview with his mother, Jewel Hall, who said her son’s blood was “running down the street like water. And he wasn’t a threat, I mean, he had a little pen knife. He had no idea that those policemen would do that to him.”

The police had responded to a call from a shopping center merchant who had gotten into some kind of argument with Hall.


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JEFF SCHRIER/AP

The ACLU obtained the video, taken by a police cruiser dashcam, from the Hall family, whose attorneys had requested it.

In declining to prosecute, the cops and U.S. Department of Justice said investigators did not find evidence the officers had demonstrated “willful misconduct.”

Jewel Hall, the mother of Milton Hall, said her mentally impaired son posed no threat to Saginaw police who shot him dead in a Michigan parking lot in 2012. New, graphic video has emerged of the shooting.
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This undated photo provided by Jewel Hall shows her son, Milton Hall, who was shot by police 46 times in Michigan in 2012.  He died at the scene.

Local and federal authorities declined to file charges against the officers, despite a flurry of protests from across the country.

On Monday, the ACLU released violent footage of the incident from a dashboard camera as part of its presentation to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington.

Included in the presentation was footage from an interview with his mother, Jewel Hall, who said her son’s blood was “running down the street like water. And he wasn’t a threat, I mean, he had a little pen knife. He had no idea that those policemen would do that to him.”

The police had responded to a call from a shopping center merchant who had gotten into some kind of argument with Hall.


<div><div><b>WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES The ACLU released dashboard camera footage showing eight cops firing 46 shots at Milton Hall. The mentally ill man was holding a pen knife.</b></div><div><br></div><div>Dramatic and graphic new video has emerged of a homeless Michigan man being gunned down in a hail of bullets fired by Saginaw police officers in 2012.</div><div><br></div><div>Martin Hall, 49, was facing eight screaming officers in a parking lot. A K-9 unit dog was lunging and barking at the homeless and mentally ill man, who was holding a pen knife.</div><div><br></div><div>Officers fired 46 times as Hall collapsed and died on the pavement.</div><div><br></div><div><img =
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This undated photo provided by Jewel Hall shows her son, Milton Hall, who was shot by police 46 times in Michigan in 2012.  He died at the scene.

Local and federal authorities declined to file charges against the officers, despite a flurry of protests from across the country.

On Monday, the ACLU released violent footage of the incident from a dashboard camera as part of its presentation to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington.

Included in the presentation was footage from an interview with his mother, Jewel Hall, who said her son’s blood was “running down the street like water. And he wasn’t a threat, I mean, he had a little pen knife. He had no idea that those policemen would do that to him.”

The police had responded to a call from a shopping center merchant who had gotten into some kind of argument with Hall.


JEFF SCHRIER/AP
JEFF SCHRIER/AP

The ACLU obtained the video, taken by a police cruiser dashcam, from the Hall family, whose attorneys had requested it.

In declining to prosecute, the cops and U.S. Department of Justice said investigators did not find evidence the officers had demonstrated “willful misconduct.”

Jewel Hall, the mother of Milton Hall, said her mentally impaired son posed no threat to Saginaw police who shot him dead in a Michigan parking lot in 2012. New, graphic video has emerged of the shooting.
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<div><div><b>WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES The ACLU released dashboard camera footage showing eight cops firing 46 shots at Milton Hall. The mentally ill man was holding a pen knife.</b></div><div><br></div><div>Dramatic and graphic new video has emerged of a homeless Michigan man being gunned down in a hail of bullets fired by Saginaw police officers in 2012.</div><div><br></div><div>Martin Hall, 49, was facing eight screaming officers in a parking lot. A K-9 unit dog was lunging and barking at the homeless and mentally ill man, who was holding a pen knife.</div><div><br></div><div>Officers fired 46 times as Hall collapsed and died on the pavement.</div><div><br></div><div><img =
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This undated photo provided by Jewel Hall shows her son, Milton Hall, who was shot by police 46 times in Michigan in 2012.  He died at the scene.

Local and federal authorities declined to file charges against the officers, despite a flurry of protests from across the country.

On Monday, the ACLU released violent footage of the incident from a dashboard camera as part of its presentation to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington.

Included in the presentation was footage from an interview with his mother, Jewel Hall, who said her son’s blood was “running down the street like water. And he wasn’t a threat, I mean, he had a little pen knife. He had no idea that those policemen would do that to him.”

The police had responded to a call from a shopping center merchant who had gotten into some kind of argument with Hall.


JEFF SCHRIER/AP
JEFF SCHRIER/AP

The ACLU obtained the video, taken by a police cruiser dashcam, from the Hall family, whose attorneys had requested it.

In declining to prosecute, the cops and U.S. Department of Justice said investigators did not find evidence the officers had demonstrated “willful misconduct.”

Jewel Hall, the mother of Milton Hall, said her mentally impaired son posed no threat to Saginaw police who shot him dead in a Michigan parking lot in 2012. New, graphic video has emerged of the shooting.
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JEFF SCHRIER/AP

The ACLU obtained the video, taken by a police cruiser dashcam, from the Hall family, whose attorneys had requested it.

In declining to prosecute, the cops and U.S. Department of Justice said investigators did not find evidence the officers had demonstrated “willful misconduct.”

<div><div><b>WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES The ACLU released dashboard camera footage showing eight cops firing 46 shots at Milton Hall. The mentally ill man was holding a pen knife.</b></div><div><br></div><div>Dramatic and graphic new video has emerged of a homeless Michigan man being gunned down in a hail of bullets fired by Saginaw police officers in 2012.</div><div><br></div><div>Martin Hall, 49, was facing eight screaming officers in a parking lot. A K-9 unit dog was lunging and barking at the homeless and mentally ill man, who was holding a pen knife.</div><div><br></div><div>Officers fired 46 times as Hall collapsed and died on the pavement.</div><div><br></div><div><img =
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This undated photo provided by Jewel Hall shows her son, Milton Hall, who was shot by police 46 times in Michigan in 2012.  He died at the scene.

Local and federal authorities declined to file charges against the officers, despite a flurry of protests from across the country.

On Monday, the ACLU released violent footage of the incident from a dashboard camera as part of its presentation to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington.

Included in the presentation was footage from an interview with his mother, Jewel Hall, who said her son’s blood was “running down the street like water. And he wasn’t a threat, I mean, he had a little pen knife. He had no idea that those policemen would do that to him.”

The police had responded to a call from a shopping center merchant who had gotten into some kind of argument with Hall.


JEFF SCHRIER/AP
JEFF SCHRIER/AP

The ACLU obtained the video, taken by a police cruiser dashcam, from the Hall family, whose attorneys had requested it.

In declining to prosecute, the cops and U.S. Department of Justice said investigators did not find evidence the officers had demonstrated “willful misconduct.”

Jewel Hall, the mother of Milton Hall, said her mentally impaired son posed no threat to Saginaw police who shot him dead in a Michigan parking lot in 2012. New, graphic video has emerged of the shooting.
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Jewel Hall, the mother of Milton Hall, said her mentally impaired son posed no threat to Saginaw police who shot him dead in a Michigan parking lot in 2012. New, graphic video has emerged of the shooting.

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