(Video) Police Camera Catches Shooting Of Officer Daniel Webster

A year ago, officer Daniel Webster was shot during a traffic stop. 35-year-old Davon Lymon is the suspected shooter. Last month he was found guilty on federal gun charges, a case involving the same firearm he allegedly used to kill Webster. The video shows Webster being shot by the motorcyclist he pulled over. The video is cut short due to the graphic image. In the video we see Webster trying to handcuff Lymon. His right hand never made it in the cuffs.

(Video) Tech: Sony Is Developing a Contact Lens With a Built-In Camera?!

Sony is looking to patent their own design of a contact lens with a built-in camera that has working image stabilization and autofocus.

(Video) Dam: Man Gets Shot On Camera While Recording Himself

This is terrible….dude just came home and reopened his business, only to get gunned down mid video of his reopening. Hit the jump to see what was caught on his own camera.

(Video) Gas Station Surveillance Camera Helps Lead To Arrest After A Shooting Occurred

Thank God for technology these days. A woman was arrested after opening fire on a driver in Detroit. The high-definition camera at the gas station caught the whole incident.

(Video) NBA: Ohio Holds It’s Breath As Lebron Crashes Into Camera Causing Him To Bleed From His Head

Even NBA commissioner Adam Silver admitted he was holding his breath as the biggest star in his league was down on the floor in pain. In the second quarter last night, Lebron ran into Andrew Bogut and at least to me appeared to flop in order to make sure a foul was called. Well the refs made the call but because he flopped somewhat, Bron’s momentum carried him right smack into the middle of a camera that was under the basket.

16 Major Cities Now Have Police Cameras!!

Should of happened earlier, but now major cities are beginning to make cameras as part of the police uniforms. Check out which cities near you will have this new piece of technology into place.

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