(14th Circuit Solicitor's Office)
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'Tell my family I love them': police shooting captured on officer's camera glasses
A police officer in Estill, S. C., recorded the moment he was shot four times on Jan. 1, 2016. Officer Quincy Smith survived and the shooter, Malcolm Antwan Orr, was sent to prison.
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