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Officer Shoots Vehicle Occupant: Billings, MT

Officer shooting and emotional aftermath: Billings, MT Police Officer Grant Morrison was justified in shooting and killing an unarmed man high on methamphetamine during a traffic stop in April of 2014 according to a coroner’s inquest jury.  The Officer testified he feared for his life when 38-year-old Richard Ramirez refused to show his hands during a traffic stop.  Ramirez was a suspect in both a shooting and a robbery that occurred days earlier.  Morrison knew that when he spotted Ramirez in the car.

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Officer Shoots Vehicle Occupant: Billings, MT