- Northampton County prosecutors in Pennsylvania release dash cam footage of November 2017 traffic stop
- Two state troopers are seen trying to arrest Daniel Clary, 22, who is suspected of driving under the influence of marijuana
- In the video, Clary is seen resisting arrest before he is shot by a trooper with a stun gun
- The two troopers tried to subdue Clary, but he managed to recover and slip away from their grasp
- Clary is then seen running toward his car and retrieving a pistol which he uses to shoot one trooper, wounding him critically
- The troopers fire back and wound Clary, forcing him to drive to a hospital, where he was taken into custody
- Clary was convicted of attempted murder by a Pennsylvania jury in June
- One of the troopers, Seth Kelly, was critically wounded by Clary during the shootout
Newly public dash camera video shows a harrowing shootout between a man pulled over for speeding and two Pennsylvania state police troopers.
The Morning Call of Allentown on Thursday posted the recording of the November roadside battle that left one officer badly hurt with wounds to his neck, shoulder and thigh.
Northampton County prosecutors released it to the newspaper and other media outlets six weeks after using it in the case against Daniel Clary.
Newly public dash camera video shows a harrowing shootout between a man pulled over for speeding and two Pennsylvania state police troopers
The Morning Call of Allentown on Thursday posted the recording of the November roadside battle that left an officer badly hurt with wounds to his neck, shoulder and thigh
Clary was suspected of driving under the influence of marijuana when he was pulled over by Pennsylvania State Troopers Ryan Seiple and Seth Kelly.
As the officers struggle to contain him, Clary manages to push one of the troopers to the floor and then tries to run toward his car.
The other trooper then shoots Clary with a stun gun in an attempt to subdue him.
Clary is seen visibly writhing in pain after he is shot with the stun gun. He rolls around on the pavement before officers yank him back toward the shoulder.
As the troopers continued to struggle with Clary, one of them begins to throw punches while he's on the ground.
Clary is seen in the video trying to grab both troopers' pistols.
One of the troopers had his ammunition magazine dislodged from his belt.
Another trooper's spare gun was seen falling to the ground, likely pulled out by Clary.
Clary is then forced to stand up and the trooper continues to throw several punches.
Clary then manages to free himself from the clutches of the troopers and runs toward the driver's seat of his car.
As the troopers struggle to catch up with him, Clary takes out a semi-automatic pistol from his car and opened fire.
Both troopers returned fire, hitting Clary several times.
Kelly received gunshot wounds to the neck, should and thigh before applying a tourniquet to a leg wound - saving his own life.
Kelly was said to have died for up to 10 minutes
Clary then drove himself to a hospital where he was taken into custody.
A prosecutor tells the newspaper the troopers involved supported making the video public.
Clary, a 22-year-old from Effort, Pennsylvania, awaits sentencing.
After his conviction, the lawyer told reporters they'd thought he had a valid self-defense argument.
On June 29, a jury in Easton found Clary guilty on nine of the 10 charges he faced, after less than two hours of deliberations.
Clary's mother has said her son has a long history of mental illness and suffers from paranoid schizophrenia after a series of head injuries. He is awaiting sentencing after being convicted of attempted murder
'It was a very emotional day. Justice was served,' Kelly said as he left court with his wife, according to The Morning Call.
'I just want to thank the community for all its support.'
Defense attorney Janet Jackson argued her client feared for his life after the stun gun was used on him, and said she plans to appeal.
'He accepts responsibility, but we felt we had a valid self-defense argument,' Jackson told the newspaper.
Clary's mother has said her son has a long history of mental illness and suffers from paranoid schizophrenia after a series of head injuries.
Clary was found competent to stand trial following a mental health evaluation.
Officials have said Kelly saved his own life by applying a tourniquet on his wounded leg before paramedics arrived.
Kelly was in a medically induced coma for 12 days and has said he retains no memory of the shooting. He was shot through the femoral artery in his leg, twice in the left shoulder and once in the neck.
Seiple said at a hearing before the week-long trial that he remembers three things as he was falling backward during the firefight and getting back up.
'The first thought that crossed my mind was, "Please don't let me get shot in the back of the spine",' he testified.
'The second was, "Don't let me get shot in the head." The third was, "Don't let me die".'