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Honolulu cops facing time in prison

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The preliminary hearing for three Honolulu, Hawaii police officers charged in the fatal shooting of 16-year-old Iremamber Sykap resumed on Wednesday. Prosecutors showed bodycam footage of officers firing at the stolen white Honda as it came to a stop before driving off into a canal.
This is considered as the most critical evidence for the case, and the videos show the shooting from different angles, as well as the pursuit prior to the shooting.
Prosecutors showed bodycam footage from Officers Geoffrey Thom and Zackary Ah Nee. They said the third officer charged in the case, Christopher Fredeluces, did not have his bodycam on. Prosecutors also released footage from Officer Chanel Price who was at the scene when shots were fired.
According to prosecutors, the car had already stopped and did not present any danger to the officers when they fired. However, defense attorneys showed bodycam footage from Officer Thom before the shooting, when he and other officers were in pursuit of the stolen Honda.
Prosecutors said at one point, the suspects were driving 80 miles an hour on the freeway and refused to pull over after several warnings from the officers.
Seitz said he believes the officers who were engaged in the shooting are legitimately concerned they may face criminal charges.
One officer is charged with one count of second-degree murder after prosecutors said he fired 10 rounds at Sykap through the rear window of the car. According to prosecutors, eight of the 10 shots he fired hit the teen in the back of the head, neck, back and left arm. The bullet that hit Sykap in the back of his head fractured his skull and entered his brain.
The five-year police department veteran fired the shots “without provocation” after the car came to a stop at an intersection, according to court documents. If convicted, he faces a minimum sentence of 20 years because of the kind of gun used in the shooting, which was a 9 mm Glock semi-automatic firearm.
One person inside the car, a 16year-old boy, was struck eight times in the back
The two other officers, who also opened fire, are charged with second-degree attempted murder

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