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Dylan Noble was shot and killed in a traffic stop June 25. Fresno police later determined he was unarmed. Two officers' body camera footage was released Wednesday.
The officers who shot him, one toting a shotgun and the other a handgun, remain unnamed. Both thought Noble was armed at the time, Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer said.
In the video, Noble gets out of a truck as police repeatedly tell him "Hands up!" He then starts to approach the police officers, ignoring warnings.
At one point, an officer shouts, "If you come forward, you're gonna get shot, man."
Noble responds, "I f---ing hate my life," and continues. He is shot twice and collapses.
While he is on the ground, he is shot twice more.
Officers said it looked like Noble was reaching into his waistband. As he approaches the officers, his hand is behind his back.
Dyer said it's not clear whether the last two shots were necessary, Raw Story reports.
Noble's mother filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the police department, and criminal and internal affairs investigations are ongoing.
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