(KTVI) - You`re about to see disturbing police dash camera video that has never been released; it involves former St.Louis Police Officer Jason Stockley, who`s now charged with first degree murder because of what happens on this video.You can see Officer Jason Stockley exit the patrol car with his personal AK-47 style rifle. Stockley returns to the patrol car and the audio activates. Louis Circuit Attorney`s Probable Cause Statement, Stockley says something that foreshadows what`s about to happen.Prosecutors believe he said “…going to kill this mother-******, don`t you know it.” The officers blow through a red light at 69 mph.Most fishways enable fish to pass around the barriers by swimming and leaping up a series of relatively low steps into the waters on the other side.The velocity of water falling over the steps has to be great enough to attract the fish to the ladder, but it cannot be so great that it washes fish back downstream or exhausts them to the point of inability to the journey.
He also points out that the Feds had this same video and declined to prosecute or even pursue the case in civil court.You get a clear picture of the officer`s weapon, as he tosses it in the back seat. Right after the shooting, police reported finding a gun on Smith, but prosecutors claim it “was later determined by lab analysis to have only (Stockley`s) DNA on it.” That leads to questions about what`s happening at the end of the video.It`s not clear as you see Stockley rummaging through a bag in the back of the squad car.Adults average 22 pounds but many people frequently see 40 to 50 pound fish in the fish ladders at Bonneville Dam.Chinook salmon spawn in the late summer and fall and die.Be a part of the daily lives of some of the world’s most famous black-and-white bears: giant pandas!