Red Bluff, CA — Henry Lane, 42, was in need of serious mental health help last month as he was seen banging on the door of a closed store. However, instead of mental health help, Lane got several Red Bluff police officers who chased him down and killed him. Body camera footage showing the cops execute the mentally ill man was just released this week.
According to police, they were responding to a call about a mentally ill man banging on the window of a closed business and screaming that he wanted a gun. When police showed up at the business, Lane was gone. However, they would catch up to him later that night as he waited for a bus carrying what appeared to be a skinny wooden stick.
To be clear, when police walked up on Lane that night, he had not committed a crime. He was merely accused of banging on some locked doors and screaming. He didn’t cause any damage to the business and was simply a man waiting at a bus stop when police caught up to him.
Instead of attempting to de-escalate the situation, police surrounded him, some of them pointing guns and tasers at him. Naturally, Lane appeared to be very frightened of the four armed men who began to surround him—so, he started walking away.
As Lane walked away, police escalated the situation and began firing bean bag rounds at him. The bean bags appeared to scare Lane even more and he continued trying to get away.
At this point, the officers surround Lane as one of them attempts to taser him. But when Lane raised the flimsy stick over his head, officer Stephen Harper—seemingly unable to contain himself—shot and killed Lane.'
Read more: Horrific Body Cam Shows Cops Publicly Execute Man for Holding a Flimsy Stick
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