GRAPHIC: Disturbing new video emerges claiming to show lack of medical attention to unarmed black teenager gunned down by Ferguson police


Shocking new video has emerged of the chaos shortly after an unarmed black teenager was gunned down Saturday by a Missouri police officer.

Michael Brown, 18, was fatally shot by a cop in the St Louis suburb of Ferguson, and new footage claims to show how no medical assistance was provided to him as an angry crowd gathered.

The video has been unearthed as Missouri Governor Jay Nixon announced that St. Louis County Police have been relieved of their duties after nearly a week of violent protests has rocked the town.

The video purportedly shows Brown lying face down in the middle of the street as officers set a perimeter and focus more on crowd control than the dead teen.

Shouts of "keep your hands in the air" can be heard as officers are quickly outnumbered by an increasingly angry mob.

"You could have used a Taser," shouts one of the onlookers.

Sirens can be heard coming from all directions, but no ambulances ever arrive.

A solitary officer instead walks down the middle of the street and places a white sheet over Brown's body as his blood oozes into the street.

The officer then walks away as the enraged crowd shouts "KKK" at the nervous police.

Brown's body is later seen on a stretcher as it is loaded into the back of a Ferguson Police SUV.

No medical personnel are visible on the scene.

The video then cuts to footage of protests later that evening.

It is not clear if paramedics ever arrived, but none can be seen in the footage.


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