The tragic shooting death of 15-year-old Jayson Negron by police has raised many questions. The Bridgeport, Connecticut teen was shot and killed by police after police say he and another man slammed into a police car in a stolen vehicle.
The true story and evidence of the incident that led to an unnecessary death remains to be told. Now, the CTPost is reporting that a contradicting video of the event has been released. While the authenticity of the video has not yet been confirmed, it appears to have been taken by someone who was near the scene at a nearby Walgreens.
Negron was shot in the head and pronounced dead at the scene but the video is said to show Negron struggling to live after being shot. Bridgeport police Chief Armando Perez responded to the killing saying that medical personnel “got there relatively quickly,” although he said he did not know the exact time of the response.