Officers Face No Charges in Three Deaths

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DALLAS - There have been three deadly attacks with police caught on video and so far, three cases where officers face no charges. This week, a grand jury refused to indict former Arlington officer Brad Miller for shooting and killing 19-year-old Christian Taylor.

This comes after a UNT police officer was cleared of shooting and killing Ryan McMillan who was knocking out car windows and swinging an ax before he was gunned down by police.

Taylor is seen on a security cam damaging cars at a car dealership.  The teen was unarmed,  but an autopsy showed he had drugs in his system.

Wednesday , a grand jury no-billed deputies involved in the death of Joseph Hutcheson. His death was ruled a homicide after he died in the lobby of the county jail screaming for help during the take down. He too was found to be high on drugs at the time. A spokeman for the Hutcheson family Rev Jeff Hood said, "The problem is they don't know the difference between real threats and everybody that walks through the door. Everybody that walks through the door is a threat."

Defense attorney Pete Schulte says cops face the same standards before a grand jury as any other person would. "Now, if an officer makes a decision that is so far off from what a reasonable officer would do in that situation, that's more likely to get him indicted than not," Schulte said.

Schulte, who used to be a cop, says he agrees with the grand jury's decision in all three cases.