Another black man running from the cops.
Another white cop shooting and killing him.
Another murder caught on tape.
Deputies wanted evidence on camera.
But when they recorded a sting against an alleged illegal weapons dealer in Tulsa, Oklahoma, earlier this month, cameras also rolled as Eric Courtney Harris ran, and when he was fatally shot.
The Tulsa County Sheriff's Office released the video on Friday. The shooting was an apparent accident, it has said.
The reserve deputy thought he had his Taser in hand, not his firearm, and shot Harris "inadvertently," according to the sheriff's office.
In the last minutes of the video, Harris, a convicted felon, lies on the pavement with police on top of him. An officer calls for a Taser. But in place of an electric clicking sound, a gunshot rings out.
Then a voice can be heard saying, "Oh! I shot him! I'm sorry!" Another officer screams out, "He shot him! He shot him!"
Harris, who is bleeding, calls out, too. He's losing his breath, he says. An officer yells back at him. "You f---ing ran! Shut the f--- up!" he yells. "F--- your breath."
The group of officers begin tugging Harris' hands behind his back as the video ends.
Another name on the list of the dead, Eric Harris.
Another time where a black suspect ends up dead, without due process, without a court of law, but executed by police.
Another raft of excuses as why next time it won't happen.
Another time where the black community won't believe it.
And it will happen again, and again, and again.