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Louisville police released footage from body cameras of three officers present when two shot a man armed with a blade. Chief says video raises questions about the shooting and the lack of aid given the man after he was shot. The second video starts at about the 24.40 mark and the third about the 48.30 mark. The third camera was not on during the shooting. Louisville police
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    Denise Massey describes her experience getting injured from a shootout when she and her fiancé, Jimmy Brannon, traveled to Columbia, South Carolina for the University of Kentucky football game against University of South Carolina.