An FBI agent whose gun accidentally fired in a video showing him dancing at a Denver nightclub and doing a backflip before dropping the weapon has turned himself into Denver police.
The FBI agent whose gun accidentally went off at a Colorado nightclub earlier this month is facing criminal charges. He is being held in Downtown Detention Center in Denver.
A video of the incident captured by another bar patron, and spread widely online, showed Bishop break dancing, then performing a backflip.
"We are filing this charge now rather than waiting until the BAC report is received, which we understand could take another week, because sufficient evidence has been presented to file it", DA Beth McCann said in a news release. He then walks off the dance floor with his hands up. Police had initially released Bishop to an Federal Bureau of Investigation supervisor while awaiting toxicology results before deciding whether to charge him.
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Last week, the Mile High Spirits team released a statement on Facebook saying they looked forward to speaking with the Federal Bureau of Investigation to learn more about why the agent was armed in the bar. This agent also said that if there are aggravating circumstances to the accidental discharge, the discipline could be more severe, up to termination.
Bishop works out of the FBI's Washington, D.C., office, according to 9News.
The injured 24-year-old appeared on Good Morning America, when he told reporters it he didn't realise he'd been shot until he saw blood running down his leg. "The FBI will continue to fully cooperate with the Denver Police Department and the Denver District Attorney's Office as this matter proceeds through the judicial process". The agent was on vacation at the time of the incident and not on duty.
"Then I looked at my leg and see some brown residue".