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UC OFFICER RAY TENSING INDICTED FOR THE MURDER OF SAMUEL DUBOSE, FULL VIDEO RELEASED

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FINAL WORDS:  "I didn't even Do nothing," Sam Dubose

A Cincinnati grand jury has determined the actions of a campus police officer during a routine traffic stop that left a man dead were not justified.

On July 19, University of Cincinnati Police Officer Ray Tensing pulled over Samuel Dubose, 43  for a missing license tag. Video from a body cam worn by Officer Tensing shows a less than 2-minute verbal exchange quickly came to a tragic end with a single fatal shot to Dubose's  head.   Mr. Dubose died instantly in the front seat of his car. Today, a day after Dubose was laid to rest,  Prosecutor Joe Deters announced in a press conference at city hall the Hamilton county grand jury indicted Tensing on murder charges.


This incident comes as a wave of police brutality sweeps the nation.

Officer Tensing is White.  The man he killed was Black and unarmed.

A summary of the deadly encounter follows:

Samuel Dubose was pulled over for a driving infraction.  Officer Ray Tensing asked, "Do you have your license?"  The suspect did not immediately admit he did not have his license when asked several times and was hesitant to get out of the vehicle when asked.  He cooperated in giving  the officer a bottle of gin that was spotted on the drivers side.  Suspecting the license was suspended Officer Tensing  told Dubose to fess up.  Dubose said he had a license, but did not seem to have it on him at the time and suggested the officer run his name. Dubose did not get out of the vehicle.  He said he  was en route to his home and asked, "What did you pull me over for?"  Replied Officer Tensing, "Again the front tag."  Dubose retorted, "But it is not illegal not to have a front tag in Cincinnati." Officer Tensing disagreed and proceeded to open the car door.  Dubose's next words were his last. "I didn't even Do nothing," he said.  In an instant he was dead in the front seat of his car. Tensing claimed he opned fired because the car was dragging him.

WARNING-UNCENSORED VIDEO, HIGHLY GRAPHIC CONTENT




Tensions in the area have been high since the shooting. Authorties braced for possible eruptions of violence and the UC campus was shut downin anticipation of the grand jury announcement ith increased police presence.

At a press conference held at city hall afer the announcement, Mayor John Granley said, "WE ARE GOING TO GET THROUGH THIS WITH THE HELP OF HE FAMILY, POLICE...OBVIOUSLY REASON FOR PEOPLE TO BE UPSET, PD PREPARED FOR THOSE WHO RESPECT PACEFUL PROTEST AND ALSO PREPARED FOR THOSE WHO DON'T."

"UC has terminated Tensing.  We are fully committed to doing nything so that we a model of public safety in a college setting."  University of Cincinnati Pres. Santo Ono. 

Tensing was on the force for four years and graduated from the university.
Policechie prepared says they are repared to respond to ourburst.  Violence can not be tolerated


According to FOX19 news protests in the area have remained peaceful.