FTA: "In the video, Flint Farmer was lying on the grass between the curb and the sidewalk. It was shortly before 2 a.m. on a June morning in the West Englewood neighborhood, and Farmer had been shot by a Chicago police officer. Then, according to the video, the veteran officer, Gildardo Sierra, stepped onto the parkway and walked a semicircle about the prone Farmer as three bright flashes went off. The flashes, captured by a police car video camera, were fatal shots fired into Farmer's back, officials say. That shooting was the third by the officer since January — and the second fatality in those six months, records show."
"At what point is a police officer considered a serial killer?" - Ben Kuchera ( https://twitter.com/BenKuchera/ )