New Security Cam Video: Columbus Officer Saved Girl from Being Stabbed

New surveillance camera footage reveals that the Columbus police officer who shot 16-year-old Ma’Khia Bryant in a split-second decision was justified in using deadly force.

Bryant was about to stab an unnamed “female in pink,” according to surveillance camera footage collected from a neighbor of the residence where the deadly incident occurred. Watch the video below (graphic):

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On camera, Ma’Khia Bryant can be heard yelling, “I’m going to stab the f**k out of you, b*tch.”

The cop, who has already been doxxed but whose identity will not be revealed here, shot the attacker when she was armed with a lethal weapon and was threatening an unarmed man, according to previously released footage.

Almost unmistakably, the police officer saved the “girl in pink” from being stabbed. If the cop had been “racist,” he would not have put his reputation on the line to save the life of a black girl he didn’t meet while wearing a body camera.

This didn’t stop Jen Psaki, speaking on behalf of President Joe Biden, from implying that racism was a problem.

Psaki said on Wednesday, “She was a kid.” “We’re thinking of her friends and family in the communities that are mourning her death. We know that black and Latino people in neighborhoods are disproportionately affected by police brutality, and that black women and girls, like black men and boys, face higher rates of police violence.”

This racialized lens’s lack of foundation has been revealed. The “girl in pink,” whose name has been kept secret, was rescued by the police officer. She later told investigators what had happened.

The girl says, “She f**ked came at me with a knife.” “She came at you with a knife earlier?” the officer inquires. The girl responds, “No, she just did.” “That’s why, that’s why the cops did it,” says the narrator. “She pursued me.” The cop continued, “With a knife?” The girl responded, “Well, so he got her.”

One individual isn’t challenging the motivation of the officer who shot Ma’Khia Bryant: the young black girl whose life may have been saved by the selfless act of the officer.


Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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