‘That’s My Son’: Bodycam Footage Shows Grim Aftermath of Jason Walker’s Death squib
Amid calls for police accountability, North Carolina authorities on Friday released body-camera footage showing the aftermath of the death of Jason Walker, who was shot by an off-duty sheriff’s deputy over the weekend.
Walker, 37, was shot and killed on Saturday by Cumberland County Sheriff’s Deputy Lt. Jeffrey Hash after he allegedly jumped on the officer’s car in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Hash, who has been a member of the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office since 2005, was off-duty at the time of the shooting, but insisted to police that he responded in self-defense under the state’s stand-your-ground law.
The newly released body-camera video does not show the events leading up to the shooting, but does show eyewitnesses sharing what they saw with Fayetteville Police officers who arrived at the scene