From the video description:
The eight Los Angeles Police Department officers who mistakenly fired on two women during the manhunt for ex-cop Chris Dorner will be allowed to return to the field, upon completing additional training, according to LAPD Chief Charlie Beck. The incident occurred in February 2012, when police were protecting a potential Dorner target. One of the women was delivering newspapers with her 71-year-old mother, when a police officer thought the sound of a thrown newspaper hitting the pavement was a gunshot and opened fire. Other officers followed suit, shooting off more than 100 rounds. Both women survived with injuries. RT’s Ameera David talks to Pete Eyre, co-founder of CopBlock.org, a group that promotes police accountability, about this incident and other police-involved shootings around the country to see if police are above the law when it comes to shooting innocent people.