A recently released video from a police officer’s body camera reveals the tense minutes that led up to officers in Cleveland, Ohio, fatally shooting an armed man in his home. Hit the jump to see it.

Sommo: Twitter | Instagram

The March shooting death of a Cleveland man by city police officers was justified, the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor’s Office has concluded. Four officers were involved in the March 11 fatal shooting of 64-year-old Theodore Johnson.

Johnson had fired at police officers that night, hitting one officer in his protective vest. According to the prosecutor’s office, officers asked Johnson to drop his gun, but following a brief standoff he told them, “I’m shooting. I’m dying.”

Johnson then raised his gun at the officers, at which point officers Timothy Hannon, Michael Surtz, John Jarrell, and John Lyons all fired at Johnson.

Watch the video below.