Graphic body camera video shows police firing nearly a dozen shots, injuring 13-year-old boy with autism

Recently released body camera footage shows the moment Salt Lake City police officers fired nearly a dozen shots at a 13-year-old boy with autism, leaving him severely injured. 

Three investigations are now underway into the shooting of Linden Cameron, and his family is demanding answers after his mother’s 911 call for help resulted in her teen son’s shooting.

“I don’t feel good,” Linden could be heard saying on video as officers violently shout at him to “Get on the ground.”

At one point the 13-year-old says, “Tell my mom I love her.”

The officer’s bullets tore through Linden’s shoulder, both ankles, intestines and bladder. 

His mother, Golda Barton, told CBS News that “he was running away” from the police out of fear. 

“He’s a small child. Why didn’t you just tackle him? You are big police officers with a massive amount of resources, come on, give me a break,”

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