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CINCINNATI (AP) � A University of Cincinnati officer who shot a motorist throughout a traffic stop on the missing front license plate was indicted Wednesday over a murder charge, with a prosecutor saying the officer “purposely killed him” and “shouldn’t have been a officer.”
Hamilton County prosecutor Joe Deters announced the grand jury indictment at a news conference to go over developments in the investigation in to the July 19 shooting of motorist Samuel DuBose by Officer Ray Tensing.
Authorities have said Tensing spotted a motor car driven by DuBose and missing leading license plate, which is necessary by Ohio law. They state Tensing stopped the automobile and challenging ensued after DuBose refused to give a license and escape the car.
Tensing, 25, has said he was dragged by the automobile and forced to shoot at DuBose, 43. He fired once, striking DuBose in the relative head.
But Deters dismissed Tensing’s claim he was dragged and suggested he shouldn’t have pulled DuBose to start with.
“He fell backward after he shot (DuBose) in the top,” Deters said, adding that it was a “chicken crap” traffic stop.
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