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Who is Devin Bronsan (Rayshaud Brooks Shooter) Wiki, Biography, Age, Net Worth, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook & More Facts

Devin Bronsan (Rayshaud Brooks Shooter) Wiki – Devin Bronsan (Rayshaud Brooks Shooter) Biography

Devin Bronsan was named as the second Atlanta police officer present at the scene of Rayshaud Brooks’ shooting. Bronsan is not the officer who shot and killed Brooks.
That officer, Garrett Rolfe, Rayshard Brooks, has been fired for the shooting, which occurred outside a Wendy’s restaurant.

Career

Bronsan has served on the Atlanta police force for nearly two years.

Fired

Bronsan is on administrative leave. Blayne Alexander, NBC News journalist, wrote on Twitter, “BREAKING: the Atlanta police officer involved in Friday’s deadly shooting has been fired, an APD spokesperson confirms to me. The 2nd officer is on administrative leave.”

Rayshaud Brooks Death in Shooting

The shooting took place around 10:30 p.m. June 12. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation wrote that it has “obtained additional surveillance video from the Wendy’s restaurant. Agents have also reviewed video posted on social media. These new videos indicate that during a physical struggle with officers, Brooks obtained one of the officer’s Tasers and began to flee from the scene. Officers pursued Brooks on foot and during the chase, Brooks turned and pointed the Taser at the officer. The officer fired his weapon, striking Brooks…An earlier account of this incident was based on the officer’s body cam which was knocked off during the physical struggle, preventing the capture of the entire shooting incident.”
Atlanta protesters upset about the police shooting of Rayshard Brooks in a Wendy’s restaurant parking lot breaking windows at the Wendy’s and then starting it on fire.
That action came after a tense day in which the police chief resigned, the mayor called for the officer who shot Brooks to be fired, and the family’s attorneys labeled the death murder. The District Attorney is investigating. The shooting took place around 10:30 p.m. June 12. The Georgia Bureau of Investigation wrote that it has “obtained additional surveillance video from the Wendy’s restaurant. Agents have also reviewed video posted on social media. These new videos indicate that during a physical struggle with officers, Brooks obtained one of the officer’s Tasers and began to flee from the scene. Officers pursued Brooks on foot and during the chase, Brooks turned and pointed the Taser at the officer. The officer fired his weapon, striking Brooks…An earlier account of this incident was based on the officer’s body cam which was knocked off during the physical struggle, preventing the capture of the entire shooting incident.”

Investigations

Stewart said officers might have picked up shell casings so people couldn’t see “how far away they were when shot or find the positions,” although this is not proven.
He said he agrees with the mayor that the officer who fired his weapon should be terminated and also be prosecuted. The family met with the District Attorney. “We want justice. But I don’t even know what that is, and I’ve been doing this 15 years. I don’t even know what it is anymore.. I know this isn’t justice what’s happening in society right now. There’s just not much more we can say or do as society,” said Stewart.
He said it was time for “complete, systematic change,” adding that, in other cases, white people with deadly weapons didn’t “get killed.”
He said Rayshard was shot as “he was running.”
“We’re so concerned trying to find a vaccine for the coronavirus…but nobody is trying to find a vaccine for civil rights” violations. “Noone’s trying to find a vaccine to find out why officers pull the trigger so quickly on African Americans. There’s no flood of money…trying to end that epidemic,” said Stewart.
He added, “We will fight for justice. Try to get the cop arrested…sue the city and see if they will settle. I don’t know. But we’re just tired. And if you don’t understand because you may be a different color, you may be a different gender, you may not be from Georgia, then you may be the problem.”
GBI also wrote:
Preliminary information indicates that at approximately 10:33 pm, APD was dispatched to the Wendy’s located at 125 University Ave, Atlanta, GA. Officers were responding to a complaint of a male in a vehicle parked in the drive thru asleep, causing other customers to drive around the vehicle. A field sobriety test was performed on the male subject. After failing the test, the officers attempted to place the male subject into custody. During the arrest, the male subject resisted and a struggle ensued. The officer deployed a Taser. Witnesses report that during the struggle the male subject grabbed and was in possession of the Taser. It has also been reported that the male subject was shot by an officer in the struggle over the Taser.

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