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Missouri man files wrongful death suit against ex-deputy who shot his daughter five times during traffic stop



A father in Missouri is suing the former sheriff’s deputy that shot his daughter five times during a traffic stop last year.

John Fizer filed the wrongful death lawsuit on Wednesday against former Pettis County Deputy Jordan Schutte, arguing the death of Hannah Fizer would not have happened had the officer followed accepted police practices, The Kansas City Star reported.

The incident unfolded on June 13, 2018, when Schutte pulled over 25-year-old Hannah in Sedalia, a city located about 75 miles outside of Kansas City. He said she refused to identify herself when he stopped her for allegedly speeding and running a red light just after 10 p.m.

Hannah’s friends said she was on her way to her convenience store job when the traffic stop occurred.

Schutte later told Missouri State Highway Patrol investigators that she claimed to have a gun and threatened to shoot him before he unleashed a barrage of bullets into her vehicle.

Fizer in his lawsuit argued however, that radio traffic shows Hannah did actually identified herself and did not record her making any threats. Even if she had, Schutte did not make any effort to take cover or request backup, according to court documents.

There was no gun recovered at the scene.

a woman posing for a picture: John Fizer, the father of Hannah Fizer, filed the lawsuit Wednesday for damages against former Pettis County Deputy Jordan Schutte, and for his causes of action in the fatal shooting of Hannah Fizer during a traffic stop on June 13, 2020.

© Provided by New York Daily News John Fizer, the father of Hannah Fizer, filed the lawsuit Wednesday for damages against former Pettis County Deputy Jordan Schutte, and for his causes of action in the fatal shooting of Hannah Fizer during a traffic stop on June 13, 2020.

John Fizer, the father of Hannah Fizer, filed the lawsuit Wednesday for damages against former Pettis County Deputy Jordan Schutte, and for his causes of action in the fatal shooting of Hannah Fizer during a traffic stop on June 13, 2020.

After the shooting, Schutte kept his firearm aimed at Fizer as she sit lifeless in her vehicle until paramedics arrived about five minutes later, according to the lawsuit.

A special prosecutor in September said that the shooting was “possibly avoidable” but ultimately concluded it was justified because Schutte’s belief he was in danger could not be ruled unreasonable.

Schutte was later reinstated to the force but is no longer working for the sheriff’s office, Sheriff Brad Anders said Thursday.

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