Dash Cam Video Of Police Officer Shooting Man In The Back! Cop Found Guilty! [RAW & UNEDITED]
Published on May 18, 2010
After over five hours of deliberations, a jury found that part-time Ottawa Hills officer Thomas Caine White, 27, used excessive force in shooting motorcyclist Michael McCloskey, 25, during a traffic stop on May 23, 2009. White was found guilty of felonious assault with a gun, charges that could lead to 11 years in prison when he is sentenced. McCloskey suffered serious injuries as a result of the shooting. He is now paralyzed from the waist down. Prosecutor Jeff Lingo told the court that slides of the police dash cam video show McCloskey made no movement as if he had a weapon and that he gave no indication of being a threat to White. "He says, 'Will you please lift the bike off me?' This is after he's been shot. He's still being polite to the officer who just shot him in the back. That's the Mike McCloskey that he faced that night," said Lingo.