Follow this link http://www.13wmaz.com/news/local_headlines.aspx?storyid=12897 Then click on the, "Click here to view the raw police footage". Long video, about 40 minutes, same chace and shooting from several different in car cameras. Burke Releases Video of Perry Shoot-out Watch raw police footage. Web Editor: Raymond Ruda Originally Created: 4/6/2005 6:51:29 PM Updated On: 4/7/2005 11:16:22 AM Houston County District Attorney Kelly Burke says law enforcement officers were justified in the shooting death of Kevin Todd Screws on January 27th, 2005. At a press conference Wednesday afternoon, Burke revealed his decision to the media and showed the police car video tape of the high-speed chase that ended in a shootout in the Woodlawn Cemetery in Perry. Burke explained that the Grand Jury viewed the same tape on Tuesday, and they asked questions of the law enforcement officers involved in the shooting for about an hour. Officers involved in the actual shooting were from the Georgia State Patrol and the Houston County Sheriffs Department. The D.A. says the Grand Jury viewed the tape not as a possible indictment but simply as an outside source to suggest how the D.A. should proceed. The Grand Jury decided it was a justified shooting. Kelly Burke agreed. The videotape shows the approximately 12 minute chase up and down I-75 and Hwy 96. The tape shows the shootout in Woodlawn Cemetery, too. According to Burke, the shootout lasted one minute and 10 seconds. He says law enforcement officers believed Screws had a gun because of actions he took, not only on the road simulating his hand like a gun, but also getting out of the SUV and proping his hands over the top of the vehicle like he had a weapon. The D.A. says there was evidence of 62 shots being fired by law enforcement. After it was over, they discovered Kevin Screws did not have a gun. Kelly Burke says officers found Screws slumped over in the front seat with a black TV remote in his hands. He says one single bullet actually hit Screws which was instantly fatal. He says Screws was sprayed with "buckshot" as well. The fatal shot was fired by Houston County Deputy Donald Blackman from an AR-15 rifle which hit Screws in the head. As far as Burke is concerned, the case is closed.