"Guillory was on the ground on his belly with his hands behind his back. The officer had a gun trained at Guillory's back, maybe a foot or two from Guillory's body," claimed Long. "They were still arguing back and forth, but Guillory was on the ground as directed, his hands were behind his back. He was not resisting. All of a sudden, a shot rang out, and Brown knew that Guillory had been shot. She then jumped on the officer's back to stop him from killing Guillory."