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On March 24 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, police held 5 teen male teens at gunpoint. The teens were held at gunpoint after a call was made to police about a fight a local basketball court and someone involved, had a gun.

The video below shows the interaction between the witness who called police and then goes to the part of the officer approaching the kids with his gun drawn. One of the most heartbreaking parts about this video and the young boys crying and screaming, “Can you please put the gun down?..I do not want to die, bro…Don’t shoot me. We didn’t do anything.”

Since the video has hit the net, everyone has been wondering if the police officer handled this situation correctly? Do you agree with the way the officer pulled up to the scene with his gun drawn?


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