CHICAGO (CBS) –– It was literally one second.
In that moment, Adam Toledo turned toward a pursuing Chicago Police officer, who shot him once in the chest.
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CBS 2 has slowed down the final seconds before the fatal shot.
The video shows Toledo facing sideways–his left arm facing the officer and his right side and hand briefly behind the fence where a weapon was discovered.
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Adam turns counter-clockwise as his right hand comes from behind the fence. His hands are raised and he is shot. The flashlight from the officer illuminates Adam’s hands and it is unclear whether there is a gun in his right hand, as Chicago Police say, or a shadow created by the light.
Based on the positioning of his right arm, it is possible that Adam dropped the gun behind the fence (where it was found) before turning to face the officer. The Toledo family attorney said Thursday that Adam did not have a gun in his hand when he was shot.
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In real-time, the moment of Adam’s turn, to raising his hands, to the shot is one second.