Austin police on Monday released what the department calls a "critical incident video" of the April 2020 shooting death of Austin resident Michael Ramos, as ordered by the department's policies regarding police shootings and similar incidents.
Officials warn that the content could be disturbing to some viewers.
Ramos was shot by police, who were responding to a call, as he was driving away from officers. He was unarmed.
His death has prompted numerous protests and calls for reform at the Austin Police Department.
This story will be updated throughout the day.
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