Fatal police officer shooting: a split-second shooting
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Fatal police officer shooting: a split-second shooting

Camden County (Ga.) Sheriff's Sgt. Dan Jenkins pulls over Jason Bryant, a 33-year-old robbery suspect and felon. He asks to see Bryant's driver's license. Things went bad in 11 seconds when Bryant pulls a 9 mm semiautomatic handgun that he had bought on the street. (Edited by Ben de la Cruz and Cheryl W. Thompson/The Washington Post)

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