Released video of man gunned down by police with ARMS UP in San Antonio


If these police deaths are actually happening, it’s no wonder.

Published on Sep 1, 2015 by Bobby Akari

Unedited video of fatal deputy-involved shooting
he unedited version of a video obtained by KSAT 12 News showing the fatal shooting of a man by two Bexar County sheriff deputies will now be made available for online viewing.

The video will include the actual moment the 41-year-old suspect, Gilbert Flores, was shot outside a home in the 24400 block of Walnut Pass. The video also shows what deputies Greg Vasquez and Robert Sanchez did moments after the shooting. Vasquez and Sanchez are on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation.

3 thoughts on “Released video of man gunned down by police with ARMS UP in San Antonio

  1. Looked like his hands were up to me. Unless the camera shot was intentionally F’d up. (obscured)

    The whole thing looks phony…

  2. Have to wonder if all the police shootings of late aren’t an attempt to cause an all out war between the citizens and the police, to bring about the civil unrest they need to justify martial law. We’ve identified the actors playing the part of grieving family members of shooting victims in civilian shootings. Now how about possible “actors” carrying out police shootings?

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