New audio clips emerge from the Miami Beach police shooting



This is getting to be big; the story of the Miami Beach cop who killed two unarmed men in a span of four days.

Today, The New York Times has an article on the situation. That’s big time. You know they don’t write about every officer-involved shooting in the country. They wouldn’t have enough space.

Today, I wrote an article for NBCMiami about newly surfaced audio clips from the moments after the first shooting. They were recorded by the cell phone of the surviving brother. So far, I’m the only one who has the story although I know the rest of the media has the audio clips. So I’m sure they’ll be more articles on this soon.

In one of the clips, you can clearly hear a cop say “we didn’t find anything” as if referring to not finding any weapons or bottles on Husien Shehada, the 29-year-old Virginia tourist they had just killed.

But police had been saying he was packing a bottle or a coat hanger, which is why he was shot.

They also said the second man they shot had shot at them first, but it later turned out, he was unarmed when they killed him. Police say they found a gun in the waters below the bridge, which may or may not be his.

It doesn’t look too good for the Miami Beach Police Department right now.

Here are the other stories I’ve written on this subject.

One Officer Involved in 2 Shooting Deaths in 4 Days

Unarmed Tourist Shot Dead By Police; Family Wants Answers

Cop Behind 2 Shootings Once Accused of Domestic Violence

New Details Murk the Waters of 2nd Cop Shooting



This is getting to be big; the story of the Miami Beach cop who killed two unarmed men in a span of four days.

Today, The New York Times has an article on the situation. That’s big time. You know they don’t write about every officer-involved shooting in the country. They wouldn’t have enough space.

Today, I wrote an article for NBCMiami about newly surfaced audio clips from the moments after the first shooting. They were recorded by the cell phone of the surviving brother. So far, I’m the only one who has the story although I know the rest of the media has the audio clips. So I’m sure they’ll be more articles on this soon.

In one of the clips, you can clearly hear a cop say “we didn’t find anything” as if referring to not finding any weapons or bottles on Husien Shehada, the 29-year-old Virginia tourist they had just killed.

But police had been saying he was packing a bottle or a coat hanger, which is why he was shot.

They also said the second man they shot had shot at them first, but it later turned out, he was unarmed when they killed him. Police say they found a gun in the waters below the bridge, which may or may not be his.

It doesn’t look too good for the Miami Beach Police Department right now.

Here are the other stories I’ve written on this subject.

One Officer Involved in 2 Shooting Deaths in 4 Days

Unarmed Tourist Shot Dead By Police; Family Wants Answers

Cop Behind 2 Shootings Once Accused of Domestic Violence

New Details Murk the Waters of 2nd Cop Shooting

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Editor-in-Chief Carlos Miller spent a decade covering the cop beat for various newspapers in the Southwest before returning to his hometown Miami and launching Photography is Not a Crime aka PINAC News in 2007. He also published a book, The Citizen Journalist's Photography Handbook, which is available on Amazon.

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