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Docs: Police didn't agree that John Geer was a threat

A protest is planned today in Fairfax County, as newly released documents in the case of a unarmed father shot and killed by police in 2013, indicate a discrepancy between police version of events. One officer thought Geer was reaching down to his waist for a weapon, the other one on the scene did not see it that way.

Police records in John Geer case turned over to attorneys | Fairfax police name officer involved in fatal ’13 shooting | Family sues Fairfax police over fatal shooting
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