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LAPD releases surveillance video of moments leading up to South LA shooting




Still from the surveillance video released by the LAPD Tuesday morning.
Still from the surveillance video released by the LAPD Tuesday morning.
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Tuesday morning, the Los Angeles Police Department released a security video of the chase leading up to the death of 18-year-old Carnell Snell, Jr.

Snell was fatally shot by police Saturday. Officers tried to pull over a car Snell was in because it had temporary paper license plates that didn't match the year of the vehicle. LAPD reported the officers believed the car might be stolen. 

Snell had exited the car by the time the video was recorded. 

LAPD Video

For more on this, Take Two's Alex Cohen spoke with David Klinger. He's a professor of criminology and criminal justice at the University of Missouri St. Louis, and a former patrol officer with the Los Angeles Police Department. 

To hear the full interview, click the blue play button above.