Prosecutors launch video shooting on the road

A new video from the camera on the board shows a heartbreaking shoot-out between a man arrested for speeding and two Pennsylvania state policemen

The new video from the camera on the board shows a heart-rending shootout between a man arrested for speeding and two policemen from the state of Pennsylvania.

The Morning Call of Allentown on Thursday released the recording of the battle on the November road that left a seriously wounded officer with injuries to his neck, shoulder and thigh.

Northampton County prosecutors released it to the newspaper and other media six weeks after using it in the case against Daniel Clary.

A new video from the camera on the board shows a heartbreaking shoot-out between a man arrested for speeding and two Pennsylvania state policemen

A new video from the camera on the board shows a heartbreaking shoot-out between a man arrested for speeding and two Pennsylvania state policemen

The Morning Call of Allentown published on Thursday the recording of the battle on the road to November that left an officer seriously injured with injuries to the neck, shoulder and thigh

The Morning Call of Allentown published on Thursday the recording of the battle on the road to November that left an officer seriously injured with injuries to the neck, shoulder and thigh

The Morning Call of Allentown published on Thursday the recording of the battle on the road to November that left an officer seriously injured with injuries to the neck, shoulder and thigh

It was suspected that Clary was driving under the influence of marijuana when he was arrested by Pennsylvania State Troopers Ryan Seiple and Seth Kelly.

The officers are seen in the video trying to handcuff near his car, but he starts to resist.

While the officers struggle to contain him, Clary manages to push one of the soldiers to the ground and then tries to run to his car.

The other soldier shoots Clary with a stun gun in an attempt to subdue him.

Northampton County prosecutors released it to the newspaper and other media six weeks after using it in the case against Daniel Clary. In the photo above, Clary is seen on the ground after one of the soldiers of the troop pulls

Northampton County prosecutors released it to the newspaper and other media six weeks after using it in the case against Daniel Clary. In the photo above, Clary is seen on the ground after one of the soldiers of the troop pulls

Northampton County prosecutors released it to the newspaper and other media six weeks after using it in the case against Daniel Clary. In the photo above, Clary is seen on the ground after one of the soldiers of the troop pulls

After using a stun gun on Clary, the soldiers try to arrest him, but he stubbornly continued to resist

After using a stun gun on Clary, the soldiers try to arrest him, but he stubbornly continued to resist

After using a stun gun on Clary, the soldiers try to arrest him, but he stubbornly continued to resist

Clary had tried to slide the soldiers' pistols while resisting the arrest

Clary had tried to slide the soldiers' pistols while resisting the arrest

Clary had tried to slide the soldiers' pistols while resisting the arrest

Clary was arrested during a traffic stop because police suspected she was under the influence of marijuana

Clary was arrested during a traffic stop because police suspected she was under the influence of marijuana

Clary was arrested during a traffic stop because police suspected she was under the influence of marijuana

Clary is visibly writhing in pain after being shot with the paralyzing gun. He turns on the sidewalk before the officers take him back to the shoulder.

While the soldiers continue fighting with Clary, one of them begins to throw punches while he is on the ground.

You see Clary in the video trying to grab the guns of both cops.

One of the soldiers had his ammunition magazine taken out of his belt.

It was seen that another soldier's spare weapon fell to the ground, probably removed by Clary.

Clary is forced to stand up and the soldier continues to throw several punches.

Clary manages to free herself from the claws of the soldiers and runs to the driver's seat of her car.

The dashcam recording was taken from the vehicle belonging to state agent Ryan Seiple.

The dashcam recording was taken from the vehicle belonging to state agent Ryan Seiple.

The dashcam recording was taken from the vehicle belonging to state agent Ryan Seiple.

His partner, Seth Kelly (above), was seriously injured with bullet wounds to the neck, shoulder and thigh. Authorities said Kelly saved her own life by applying a tourniquet on her injured leg before paramedics arrived.

His partner, Seth Kelly (above), was seriously injured with bullet wounds to the neck, shoulder and thigh. Authorities said Kelly saved her own life by applying a tourniquet on her injured leg before paramedics arrived.

His partner, Seth Kelly (above), was seriously injured with bullet wounds to the neck, shoulder and thigh. Authorities said Kelly saved her own life by applying a tourniquet on her injured leg before paramedics arrived.

As the soldiers struggle to catch up with him, Clary pulls a semiautomatic pistol from her car and opens fire.

Both policemen responded to the fire and beat Clary several times.

Kelly received bullet wounds to the neck, thigh and thigh before applying a tourniquet to a leg wound, saving her life.

Kelly was clinically dead for 10 minutes after arriving at the hospital and spent 12 days in a coma. He can not remember the incident.

Clary drove to a hospital where he was placed in custody.

A prosecutor tells the newspaper that the soldiers involved supported making the video public.

They think it's important for people to see how dangerous police work can be and see the restriction initially used by soldiers.

Clary, a 22-year-old from Effort, Pennsylvania, awaits sentencing later this month.

After his conviction, the lawyer told reporters that they had thought he had a valid self-defense argument.

On June 29, a jury in Easton found Clary guilty of nine of the 10 counts he faced, after less than two hours of deliberations.

Clary's mother has said that her son has a long history of mental illness and suffers from paranoid schizophrenia after a series of head injuries. He is waiting for a sentence after being convicted of attempted murder

Clary's mother has said that her son has a long history of mental illness and suffers from paranoid schizophrenia after a series of head injuries. He is waiting for a sentence after being convicted of attempted murder

Clary's mother has said that her son has a long history of mental illness and suffers from paranoid schizophrenia after a series of head injuries. He is waiting for a sentence after being convicted of attempted murder

"It was a very emotional day, the justice was fulfilled," Kelly said as she left court with her wife, according to The Morning Call.

& # 39; I just want to thank the community for all your support & # 39;

Defense attorney Janet Jackson argued that her client feared for her life after the stun gun was used on him, and said he plans to appeal.

"He accepts responsibility, but we felt we had an argument for self-defense," Jackson told the newspaper.

Clary's mother has said that her son has a long history of mental illness and suffers from paranoid schizophrenia after a series of head injuries.

Clary was found competent to face a trial after a mental health assessment.

Authorities said Kelly saved her own life by applying a tourniquet on her injured leg before paramedics arrived.

Kelly was in a medically induced coma for 12 days and has said she has no memories of the shooting. He was shot through the femoral artery of the leg, twice in the left shoulder and once in the neck.

Seiple said in a hearing before the trial of a week that he remembers three things as he fell backwards during the shooting and got up again.

"The first thought that crossed my mind was:" Please, do not let me get shot in the back of the spine, "he testified.

"The second one was:" Do not let them shoot me in the head. "The third was:" Do not let me die. "

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