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Some officer-involved shootings are easier to explain than others. This recently-released video of a 2014 shooting that resulted from an officer arriving at the scene of a minor traffic accident, however, is much more difficult to accept than some.

Police released footage of a 2014 shooting of a man who failed to show his hands while exiting his vehicle after a traffic accident.

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Officer Phillip Hancock responded to an erratic driver call on March 6, 2014 and discovered Michael Davidson had swiped the back of a tractor-trailer, WRBL reported. Both drivers pulled over to the shoulder to exchange information.

Davidson exited his vehicle with his black wallet in his hand, leading Hancock to believe it was a gun, WTVM reported. Hancock told Davidson to show his hands twice before firing one shot into the ground and another that wounded Davidson.

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