Milwaukee Police Officer testifies in Badger Gun Trial
On Monday one of the Milwaukee Police Officer who filed a civil suit against Badger Guns, took the stand.
Two Milwaukee Police Officers were shot point blank after Badger Guns sold a gun in a straw purchase, or an illegal sale.
Bryan Norberg one of the officers shot was in tears as he took the stand. He said he felt like he was in a pool of blood and thought he was paralyzed.
Officer Norberg said he could see his fellow officer Graham Kunisch was shot and in agony on the ground.
Norberg recalled the day saying he saw a flash from the gun and came to on the ground with blood in his mouth and his teeth everywhere. He said the bullet left his left nostril and it traveled through to his shoulder.
Both officers are filing a civil suit against Badger Guns for illegally selling a gun to Julius Burton in a straw purchase that they say led to their shooting.
Officer Norberg testimony wrapped up. The trial will continue on Tuesday.