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Dashboard video from a January traffic stop in Hamilton that ended in gunfire. A jury ruled on April 13, 2010 that Hamilton Police Officer Ross Jessop was justified in shooting Raymond Thane Davis.

Source: Will Moss for Billings Gazette.

A routine traffic stop in Montana turns ugly. Turn up your computer volume. Listen for the first “click” as the driver pulls out and points the gun at the trooper….a .41 magnum revolver.

The “click” is the hammer dropping on an already fired round in the cylinder. The second round was live! A lucky trooper indeed! The suspect was shot in the back while driving away and died on scene after crashing into a telephone pole.

Note the speed at which the trooper draws his weapon and fires… the entire magazine! All 15 rounds — Accurately!

Dashboard video from a January traffic stop in Hamilton that ended in gunfire. A jury ruled on April 13, 2010 that Hamilton Police Officer Ross Jessop was justified in shooting Raymond Thane Davis.

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