‘Stalked and Murdered’: Video Shows Cops Execute Unarmed Dad Outside Walmart—Firing 30 Shots

Friday, April 20, 2018
By Paul Martin

Attorneys representing two victims of a police shooting in California claim that the police version of what happened when they killed an unarmed father of three in a Walmart parking lot is not true.

By Matt Agorist
April 20, 2018

Barstow, CA — An attorney has released a video which he says contradicts the police department’s official story of an officer involved shooting at a Walmart in which officers fired 30 rounds at an unarmed father of three, Diante Yarber—killing him.

The video is from an incident which took place on April 5th in a Walmart parking lot in Barstow, California. The story became highly controversial after the Guardian picked it up, but up until now, there has been no video.

The attorney for Yarber’s family is now speaking out, and claiming that the events that unfolded outside Walmart that day were nothing short of murder.

“The police took him away for no reason,” said Brittany Chandler, the mother of Yarber’s 19-month-old daughter, Leilani. “The police should be held accountable for this … They are sick people for them to be able to shoot someone down in broad daylight.”

Police claim they were in the area that day to question Yarber in an alleged stolen vehicle case. However, relatives of Yarber told HuffPost that the vehicle he was in wasn’t stolen. Diante’s aunt, Aleta Yarber, said it was her son’s Mustang, and her son was in the vehicle when the shooting began.

After the shooting, police began using the claim that Yarber was attempting to use his vehicle as a murder weapon so they had no other choice than to fire 30 rounds into the packed car, killing Yarber and severely wounding the female passenger in the vehicle.

“They saw a car full of black people sitting in front of a Walmart, and they decided that was suspicious,” the family’s attorney, Lee Merritt told the Guardian. “They just began pouring bullets … It’s irresponsible. It’s dangerous. It’s mind-boggling, the use of force.”

Police claim that when they approached the vehicle, the Mustang suddenly reversed, striking a patrol car, and then drove toward officers and hit another patrol car.

According to Merritt, however, police had no probable cause to stop Yarber that day and the young man was simply waiting for one of his passengers to exit the store so they could leave.

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