It’s out of control at this point. To cap off a shitty, where two Black men who posed no threats to officers were fatally shot by those officers. Now, according to the NY Post, it happened again. On Monday, Delrawn Small was killed by an off-duty NYPD officer in Brooklyn traffic. Yet another new video has emerged of the incident.
The Post reports:
The footage, captured at the intersection of Atlantic Avenue and Bradford Street just after midnight, shows Small, 37, cross two lanes of traffic to reach Isaacs’ car.
He barely has time to look the cop in the eye or even utter a word before Isaacs opens fire, causing him to stagger backward.
He stumbles to the ground, gets up for a moment — and then collapses again for good.
Isaacs, meanwhile, lurches his car forward a few feet before slamming on the brakes and getting out. He appears to tuck the gun into his waistband as he walks over toward Small.
At your own discretion, watch Delrawn Small’s final moments below (and pray for the best as far as these trigger-happy cops are concerned):