Animations dispute police shooting claim
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Animations dispute police shooting claim

Salvatore Culosi was shot and killed by a Fairfax County police officer in January 2006. In these 3D animations created for the lawyers of Culosi's family, the lawyers attempt to show that Officer Deval Bullock could not have exited his sport-utility vehicle, been struck by the door and accidentally fired one shot into Culosi's chest as Bullock claimed; and, also, that the trajectory of the fatal bullet through Culosi's body does not match the claim by Officer Deval Bullock that he fired from a distance of 20 feet. The county agreed to pay the family $2 million to settle their lawsuit against the officer on Jan. 12, 2011. (Produced by Roder Evidence Consulting for the Culosi family)

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