Anthony Aust died after jumping from his window during an aggressive Ottawa police raid. Months ago, a judge found Ottawa police were abusing no-knock warrants in drugs cases.
VICE News' 22-minute documentary, largely comprised of never-before-seen footage, provides a much more complete sense of what happened.
Interviews with Louisville SWAT members suggest alarms were raised before the raid that killed Breonna Taylor, and that many left the scene with serious concerns.
Footage and documents obtained by VICE News depict Louisville police officers apparently violating department policies and cast doubt on the integrity of the crime scene and the investigation.
Aarin Sarpee initially told investigators that he didn't hear police say who they were before ramming through Taylor's door. Two months later, he drastically changed his recollection.
That means it’s entirely possible that while Walker admitted to firing a bullet, it wasn’t necessarily the one that hit Sgt. Mattingly.
The aircraft did not show up on radar but did show up on air traffic control feeds.
The officer appears to shove another protester before two other officers kneel down next to the injured man.
Police used tear gas and impact munitions to disperse crowds, and over a hundred protesters were arrested.
Both officers are in stable condition and expected to recover.
Only one officer was charged for recklessly endangering the lives of three of her neighbors.
"You DO NOT DESERVE to be in this position," he writes. "The position that allows thugs to get in your face and yell, curse and degrade you."