The man tries to shield himself before Stephens fires once, hitting the man in the head. They searched locations mentioned by Stephens in his videos, but found no other victims. Damper has been charged with aggravated assault with reckless serious bodily injury. A 26-a year-old man who was shot in the head by a friend while playing with a handgun was captured on a Facebook live video. Devyn Holmes was left in critical condition after being shot accidentally by a woman playing with a gun outside a Houston gas station.
Police say Damper tried to destroy evidence by wiping off any gunshot residue that would have been present. Sheree Holmes said the woman accused of accidentally shooting her son is getting off too easy. A video shared on the over the weekend shows Holmes thanking people for their prayers and support since the incident. Cassandra Damper, 25 pictured , can be seen in a Facebook Live video playing with a gun seconds before Devyn Holmes, 26, was accidentally shot in the head. The shocking video footage shows Stephens driving down the road. Thank you very very kindly and much and continue to know that we extremely and immensely appreciate the love. Later, Holmes studied at Lamar and Texas Southern University and worked as a guard with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
Video shows the woman hold a gun up to the camera, load the weapon and point it toward the victim. He is now in critical condition and on life support at Ben Taub Hospital. Police said the shooting happened at 635 East 93rd Street. . Footage seen on social media does not show the moment Holmes was gunned down but does show him slumped over and covered in blood. In the video, the man can be seen being shot in the head, and his head slumps to the side as blood is seen spraying from the gunshot wound. Officers responding to the shooting detained Damper, who allegedly tried to destroy evidence, police said.
Muzzle control, even if unloaded, is what every gun safety course teaches and why it is so important couldn't be more clear. In the video, Cassandra Damper is seen holding a gun and pointing it at the camera. Holmes was taken to a hospital and is reportedly on life support. Facebook Cleveland Police have confirmed that a video posted to Facebook showing an elderly man being shot is legitimate. I had no emotional connection or ties to this brother but the situation was all to common for my line of work. The unnamed man in the vehicle was not charged.
As I started to assess him I checked for a carotid pulse… Nothing. Now, after months of recovery, Holmes has apparently re-learned how to speak and eat. In a live video broadcast on Facebook, Holmes, Damper, and another man are seen in a vehicle joking, laughing and seemingly having a good time. John Roberts stated, according to. The other man involved in the shooting video was not charged. The woman, who police identified as Cassandra Damper, 25, told police that she believed the weapons were unloaded, investigators said.
In a Facebook Live video, Cassandra Nickcole Damper, 25, can be seen shooting Holmes. God please help this mans family find peace and may he recover the best he can. In another Facebook post, Stephens said he has killed 15 people. When I say the whole world, I've been getting prayers from everywhere. Cassandra then points the gun at Devin and cocks it. At a news conference speaking about school threats, Detroit Police Chief James Craig addressed the shooting. But just know I may have been there Pre ems arrival but the crews who came and the doctors at the hospital are the real heroes.
Damper then fires the gun and gasps as it hits Holmes in the head, blood pouring into his white T-shirt as she leaves the car 'You're making me nervous,' he tells her. The gun fired, hitting Holmes in the head, police said. Earlier this week, Holmes' family issued a statement through their attorney. The shooting happened at 635 East 93rd Street, police said. Damper claimed that she was unaware the gun was loaded in an interview with authorities. I began to explain and told them what was needed. Footage of the incident, which shows the moment Devyn Holmes was shot in the early hours of Sunday morning, has been viewed thousands of times on.
The other man in the video has not been charged. It then cuts to another part of the live feed, when a man in the backseat puts the gun back between Holmes and Damper. Damper reportedly told the police during interrogation that she did not know that the gun was loaded. Later on I started getting tired and almost left but decided to sit around and talk. A man was shot in the head during a Facebook Live broadcast after his friend accidentally set off a gun in a parked car in Houston, Texas. The views of each video are not necessarily representative of those of Dr Boyce Watkins himself.
The victim in a Facebook Live shooting has suffered a medical setback. In that case, Facebook made the following , in part: As a result of this terrible series of events, we are reviewing our reporting flows to be sure people can report videos and other material that violates our standards as easily and quickly as possible. Cassandra Damper was arrested following the shooting Picture: Houston Police Department Officers arrested Damper after she allegedly attempted to wipe off the gun residue on her hands. She told officers the shooting was an accident, according to local media. Houston Police Department Surveillance footage shows the doors of the car flying open and two people jumping out following the incident.