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Cop Confronts Armed Robbery Suspect — Gets Shot at Point-Blank Range

Officer Quincy Smith survived being shot at point-blank range by Malcolm Orr while confronting him for robbing a convenient store.

Smith recorded the event with a pair of $30 body-camera goggles he purchased over the Internet.

In the video, Smith says to Orr, “Come here, man. Come here for a second.”

As Smith approaches Orr, it is apparent that Orr has his hand in his pocket and Smith yells, “Take your hands out your pocket! If you don’t stop I’m gonna Tase you. I’m not playing with you!”

As Smith suspected, Orr quickly pulls out a 9mm handgun and opens fire on Officer Smith.

Smith screams, “Shots fired!” while running away from Orr.

Smith makes runs back to his vehicle and radios Dispatch and says, “I am hit. I am hit in my neck some place. Dispatch, please tell my family I love them.”

New York Post reports:

Startling video footage captured by a South Carolina cop’s personal body-camera shows the officer being shot three times at point-blank range — with him asking a dispatcher to “tell my family that I love them” — in what he thought was his last dying breath.

Officer Quincy Smith, of the Estill Police Department, managed to survive that fateful day last January after suffering two broken arm bones and a “life threatening” neck injury, according to Hampton County officials.

His shooter, Malcolm Orr, 29, was found guilty of attempted murder and possession of a weapon and sentenced to 35 years on Wednesday following a two-day trial.

“If but not for the grace of God and some very good doctors, this would not only have been a murder case, but a death penalty case,” explained 14th Circuit Solicitor Duffie Stone, who prosecuted the case.

Smith had been responding to a suspicious persons call on New Years Day 2016 when the shooting happened at about 11 a.m., authorities said.

A clerk at a local store told the officer that a man wearing camouflage and a red bandana had been trying to steal groceries away from customers.

Upon his arrival, Smith spotted Orr walking away from the store and approached him in his vehicle.

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According to 14th Circuit Solicitor’s Office:

Before Estill Police Officer Quincy Smith answered a service call for a possible armed robbery, he flipped on the body-camera goggles he purchased for himself over the Internet. Months later, while testifying against the man who tried to kill him, he called it the best $30 he ever spent. Here’s the footage, captured by Smith, that helped convict Malcolm Antwan Orr, 29, of attempted murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.

Where are all the liberals demonstrating and block traffic for hard-working police officers like Quincy Smith who get shot by thugs who rob convenient stores?

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