Saturday, August 15, 2015

SC cops refuse to release dash cam video of police shooting to death an unarmed, white teenager; family claims police desecrated his body

Via Billy

Angie Hammond and Paul Hammond, parents of 19-year-old Zachary Hammond have begged for the release of police dash cam video showing the fatal shooting of their son.

State investigators have refused to release dash cam videos from the shooting death of an unarmed, white teenager in South Carolina as his family claims police desecrated the young man's body.

The State Law Enforcement Division denied a public records request by the The Post and Courier to disclose videos from Seneca Police Department patrol cars.

Zachary Hammond, 19, was shot twice inside his car at a Hardee's parking lot, where he was on a first date with a 23-year-old woman. HIs family's lawyers, in a letter to U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch and FBI Director James Comey, also claim Seneca police officers desecrated Hammond's body by lifting his dead hand and slapping it with a high-five gesture, WCSC-TV reported Friday.

More with video @ New York Daily News


  1. If this is true, there should be a contract put out on those officers or their family members.

    1. It probably hasn't come out of their photoshop room yet.

  2. No one around here can figure out why they won't release the video. It must make the cops look shitty is all I can figure.

  3. Let's see........White lives do not matter.


  4. Unconscionable. To lift this guys hand in a high-five motion is sickening. Don't
    these retards know the brain still has awareness. They or whoever did this no
    longer fit the criteria of a law official-sign yourself up for chemical experimentation.