Understandably wanting to prevent himself from being locked in a cage for carrying a plant, Massey thought about how he could get out of the situation.
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As the car slowly began to roll forward, instead of stepping back and allowing him to drive off, Conner made the decision to escalate to deadly force and fired a single shot.“Everything was so quick, so instantaneous,” Phillips told investigators.
“At that time, I didn’t know if [Massey] had shot and he’s trying to stay down to keep from us returning fire.”Instead of realizing that it was his backup who fired, Phillips let loose a volley of four more rounds into the 6’8″ 300 lb body of Cameron Massey.
The car then slowly rolled to a stop into several parked cars. Quickly attempting to make the claim that his life was in danger, Phillips went on to tell investigators that, “When the car started to move, it was such a jolt, I thought the back tires was gonna get my leg and snatch me under the vehicle.”Apparently, according to Phillips, tires can “snatch” the legs of cops and magically pull them under a vehicle as it slowly accelerates away.
Ridiculously enough, Phillips is not alone in this claim. Mark Tiller made the same assertion when he shot and killed 19-year-old Zachary Hammond over the possession of a small amount of marijuana.
Officer Ray Tensing was caught on video killing Sam Dubose in a similar fashion.
In September, cellphone footage was released showing police murdering 33-year-old John Barry, a mentally ill man who attempted to flee from police during a breakdown.
One of the most disgusting examples of cops claiming to fear for their lives as cars drive off is the case of Officers Derrick Stafford and Norris Greenhouse, Jr., who, in November, opened fire on a car occupied by 6-year-old Jeremy Mardis, killing him and severely injuring his father.
Eufaula, AL — Cameron Massey, 26, and Joshua Kelly, 30 were travelling through Eufaula, Alabama in October of 2013, when Massey’s life was taken by a cop in search of a plant that is legal in some form in 23 other states.
Officer John Phillips, acting on information from a confidential informant that their car contained marijuana, pulled over the vehicle driven by Kelly, on the contrived charges of improper lane change and obscured registration tags.
As Phillips began to deprive the two individuals of their freedom for being suspected of travelling with an illegal plant, the situation became tense.
As Phillips puts Kelly facedown on the ground in handcuffs, he calls for backup and then proceeds to the passenger side of the vehicle to handcuff Massey.