Eric Stillman Wiki – Eric Stillman Bio
Eric Stillman is a Chicago police officer who is described as the person who shot and killed 13-year-old Adam Toledo. He was born in American Samoa (Islands) and is unmarried.
Shaky and grainy body camera footage shows 13-year-old Adam Toledo’s hands were up when officer Eric Stillman fatally shot him.
“The officer said, ‘Show me your hands.’ He complied. He turned around,” an attorney for Toledo’s family said. https://t.co/nGYZu0w3Zg
— Axios (@axios) April 15, 2021
Eric Stillman Killed Adam Toledo
A graphic video was released on Thursday, April 15, 2021. The video shows Stillman shooting Toledo. Moreover, the video has caused a lot of controversy online since then.
Another angle.. Split second decision. Watcha all think? Good or bad shot? https://t.co/Ih9Du7VfGX
— CIA-Lil Caesars-Simulation Warlord 🇺🇸🦈🇺🇸 (@zerosum24) April 15, 2021
The video shows Toledo throwing the gun behind a fence before raising his hands when he was shot. It all happened in an instant. Later, the officers responded to the incident according to Block Club Chicago.
Stillman in the video looks miserable in body cam videos after resuscitation failed.
The Adam Toledo video is horrifying. The kid didn’t have a gun in his hand. And the state lied about it right up until they were forced to release the video.
— Radley Balko (@radleybalko) April 15, 2021
Grace told Block Club Chicago that Stillman “absolutely departed from the fact that he had to use lethal force.
The conflict is still under investigation.
Eric Stillman Career
Stillman works as a police officer with a basic salary of $ 72,510. Also, it has been in effect since August 2015.
Throughout his career he has 3 complaints on his records, his database information was shown at the beginning. And 4 reports of use of force between 2017 and mid 2020.
Stillman received one grand prize and eight honorable mentions.
According to our most recent data, Chicago Police Officer Eric Stillman who killed #AdamToledo has 3 complaints + 4 use of force reports btwn 2017 & mid-2020. Here is an update: https://t.co/DtK5XD3B2x
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— Invisible Institute (@invinst) April 15, 2021