Cellphone Video Shows Police Fatally Shooting Unarmed 19-Year-Old Fresno Man

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New cellphone video shows police officers shooting an unarmed 19-year-old Fresno man lying on the ground at a gas station.

The video, obtained by the Fresno Bee, shows Dylan Noble lying on the ground on June 25 as two officers with their guns drawn stand feet away from him. As officers yell, “Keep your hands up,” and other commands, one shot was fired. Seconds later, a third officer approaches the pair, and another shot rings out. At one point during the video, Noble can be seen raising his arm and saying, “I’ve been shot.”

The video does not show the moments just before the fatal shooting. According to the newspaper, two shots already had been fired at Noble before the recording began.

Noble’s shooting has sparked an online petition demanding that the Fresno Police Department release body camera footage.

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