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Texas Police Officer Fatally Shoots Woman Inside Her Home | NBC Nightly News

A Fort Worth police officer was checking out a residence with an open door then opened fire through a window, killing the homeowner inside. There’s outrage in the community following the shooting.» Subscribe to NBC News: http://nbcnews.to/SubscribeToNBC
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  1. It doesn't matter where it was located. I didn't hear him identify himself so as far as they know it is a prowler. We need FAR stricter training for cops.

  2. I'm confused. Neighbor calls the police because light are on and doors are open. Police show up and instead of knocking on the door and going inside to see if anybody is there and if so, are they okay, he creeps around the outside of the house with a flashlight? Then, shoots someone through the window. I mean, if the person inside had a gun in their hand because they saw a strange flashlight creeping around their house, I would understand that. It seems that the person inside, who is untrained, should be the one shooting through the windows, but it seems they were the calm one who didn't shoot. Had the officer been trained because everything about this seems wrong.

  3. Sad just shoots homeowner! Who does he thinks in the home! Of course it’s the owner of the house and just shoots less than a sec after yelling wtf

  4. The Police are not here to serve. The Police are not here to Protect.

    The Police are here to Oppress.

  5. So sad I'm so sorry about your famil, breaks my heart. People today are on edge.

  6. I feel bad for the neighbor who called.

  7. I can't watch this. I walked outside to my backyard and at least one Albuquerque swat was pointing a gun directly at me🤤. I froze in place and was silent even without backup's finger to his lips. Turns out they wanted the house next door. Eerie feeling when a young cop has a gun pointed at you. You just hope he's had solid, careful training…there have been scandals in that city.

  8. Dude we really need to take guns away from cops.and of course she was black

  9. Officer Nathan Heidelberg and other officers were responding to a burglar alarm at a residence when the homeowner shot him, believing that the officers were the burglars, CNN affiliate KOSA reported. Midland Texas 3/24/19 another case of sneaking to the door. Use the bullhorn officers!!!

  10. He'll get 10 years ND be out in 5 if he goes to trial

  11. He was silently creeping. Had somebody killed the officer they would have won in court. He never identified himself. He is 100% in the wrong here. This is not a clean shoot. Even if she had 10000 guns in the house.

  12. Who is training these cops sponge bob? This is ridiculous seriously

  13. Sooooo the obvious reason why the media introduced the narrative that there was "a weapon" in the house was to establish plausible deniability. "The term typically implies forethought, such as intentionally setting up the conditions to plausibly avoid responsibility for one's (future) actions or knowledge. " (Wikipedia) So go back and listen to what the female reporter said near the end of the report. The police "don't know" where the weapon was located inside the house (so….police FOUND A GUN INSIDE THE HOUSE BUT DON'T KNOW WHERE THE GUN WAS LOCATED INSIDE THE HOUSE AT THE TIME OF THE MURDER…UH, SHOOTING. Think that through), and it will be part of a larger investigation. So, the media just gave police more time to concoct a story that will allow them to claim Plausible Deniability, and allow their officer to not be indicted on murder charges. Voila!

  14. Still waiting for the outrage when the 4 Chicago black kids tortured the handicapped white kid. Liberal biased is a complete joke.

  15. They killed one of our black sisters

  16. The cops killed her. And the same ones will investigate. Got dam… the people who killed her was first on the scene and just so happened to find a gun with no witness. Dam

  17. Something seriously fishy is going on with the police out in Dallas/FW… this MUST NOT BE TOLERATED

  18. If I see a cop at my door I’m just gonna fire my automatic through the door 🚪

  19. Another example of how Black people are treated in America. I guess black people just living makes police fear for there lives more than domestic terrorist with Assault rifles shooting up schools. Sounds about white.

  20. Good shoot. Better her than him.

  21. My neighbors doors are open dialer lights on I can't go over to hey babe what's up I'm going to call the police

  22. Police get called to a black neighborhood immediately fears for his safety: FACT! also Yes she would still be alive if you hadn't called the scaredy cops: FACT!

  23. He will probably get a hug on trial

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