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Hassan Shakur, the taller of the two figures, had a rap sheet that included busts for resisting arrest and weapons possession. On this day, he carried a stolen shotgun tucked under his right arm. At the sound of the officer's voice, he wheeled around and used it.
His decision ignited the first of two furious gun battles that would leave five police officers injured, two of them critically, and Shakur and his young girlfriend dead in their nearby apartment, a scene of such carnage that one police official referred to it as a "bloodbath."
"He wanted to go out in a blaze of glory, and unfortunately, he got what he wanted," Jersey City Police Chief Tom Comey said.
Surveillance video was released last week of the same pair that ambushed a guy while he arrived to work and sped off onto Pulaski Skyway. While the guy laid in the street dying Seven cars drove by and none called 911
Surveillance video shows man being shot in Jersey City last month