The footage from the body camera captured the moment when a Texas police officer shot and killed a 24-year-old man who tried to flee a traffic stop.
Oshae Terry was killed after being stopped by an expired registration label at around 1.45pm last Saturday.
Terry and her friend Terrance Harmon were contacted for the first time by a female Arlington police offer and told to turn down the windows.
The officer and his partner said they could smell the marijuana and the woman returned to her patrol car to conduct a background check.
Oshae Terry, 24, (pictured) was killed after he was arrested for an expired registration tag and tried to get away from a traffic stop at around 1.45 p.m. last Saturday
Here you see Terry chatting with an Arlington police officer. The male officer seen behind him, a few moments later, would kill Terry after firing the car five times.
In the images, the male officer, who was standing by the passenger window in front, can be heard reassuring the two men.
"If you do not have more inside the vehicle, you should not worry about that," he says.
We just have to do what we have to do. So that's basically everything.
One of the men begins to roll up the windows of the car and the officer introduces his hand to try to stop them while climbing the bracket of the SUV.
In the images, you can hear the male officer chatting with Terry and his passenger Terrance Harmon (whose face was blurred by the police)
One of the men begins to roll up the windows of the car and the officer reaches in to try to stop them while climbing the stirrup of the truck.
& # 39; Hey hey hey! Stop! & # 39; He can be heard telling them.
Terry turns on the engine and tells the officer: "I'm not going anywhere."
& # 39; Lord! & # 39; the officer can be heard screaming.
The car and the car begin to move and the officer yells "Hey! Hears! Hey! & # 39; while shooting five shots in the vehicle, hitting Terry in the chest.
Then the car starts moving and the officer yells "Hey! Hears! Hey! & # 39; while shooting five shots at the car, hitting Terry in the chest
Then, the car hangs up (in the photo on the left) and the officer seems to have fallen or jumped out of the vehicle
Stop the man in the car! For the car! & # 39; You can hear Harmon pleading with Terry.
Then the car hangs up and the officer seems to fall or jump out of it.
Terry died of his injuries in a nearby hospital. The officer, whose name has not been disclosed, received treatment for minor injuries and was released that same day.
Harmon, who was briefly detained after the shooting, was not injured.
In the photo are the seven grams of ecstasy that authorities discovered in Terry's car
A .40 caliber pistol (pictured) was discovered in the SUV after last week's shooting
Authorities also found a pound of marijuana (pictured) inside Terry's SUV after the shooting
One pound of marijuana, seven grams of ecstasy pills and a .40 caliber pistol were discovered in the SUV after the shooting.
The Arlington police has placed the officer, an eight-year veteran, on administrative leave pending investigation. They say that he feared for his life.
But the family believes that images of the body's camera, which the police released on Thursday, prove that the officer used excessive force.
"It is clear that nobody closed the window to an officer," WFAA Lee Merritt, the family's lawyer, told WFAA.
Terry's family believes that the video from the body's camera shows that the officer used excessive force
"The officer was clearly not being dragged in. He was holding onto the car, and at no time was the officer in danger for his life or for anyone else.
Merritt believes that the officer should be fired and face criminal charges.
& # 39;[The video] it provides irrefutable evidence of excessive and unjustifiable force on the part of the offending officer, "he said in a statement on Thursday.
Terry's family also plans to file civil charges against the Arlington Police Department.
Terry's family also plans to file civil charges against the Arlington Police Department