The video, released by the Fourteenth Circuit Solicitor's Office, shows Estill Police Officer Quincy Smith responding to a call about a man who was harassing people outside a convenience store on January 1, 2016 in SC. Orr refused to stop and continued to walk away from Smith while holding a cellphone to his ear.
A police officer's camera glasses captured the heart-stopping moment the official was shot four times but amazingly survived.
A witness then comes to the officer's aid and assures him that help will arrive soon. "If you don't stop I'm gonna tase you", the officer screams at a man accused of harassing people at a convenience store. Well, no. His left hand still on the phone, the suspect took out a gun, and fired, striking Smith.
Smith was sacked upon, "not once, not twice, not three times, or four, or five, or six, or seven, but eight times", said Stone during closing arguments.
"Shots fired", screamed Smith into his radio as he headed for his patrol auto and the sound of additional gunfire is heard. A bullet also passed through Smith's upper torso and was extracted from his back. Smith scrambles to the patrol vehicle to alert his dispatch. "I've been shot in the neck", he says. I am hit in my neck some place. Both of his arms were broken. A paramedic removes Smith's glasses and moves them aside as Thompkins speaks with another officer as they develop a plan to pursue Orr. Smith told the dispatcher to "tell my family I love them". "I've called 911, I've called 911, is there anything I can do for you?" Stay with me. Stay with me man. "I'm here with the officer, my name is J. Tompkins".
It appears Smith asks Thompkins for help putting pressure on wounds as the bystander reassures him, and at one point takes over radio duties from Smith.
A few minutes later, a female voice can be heard in the distance.
A woman can be heard in the background screaming: "Quincy, you OK baby, Oh God Jesus".
Smith is still recovering from his injuries and remains on medical leave, according to WJCL 22.
The shocking footage was released after Orr was sentenced to 35 years in jail, being found guilty of attempted murder and possession of a weapon during the commission of a violent crime.