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One of the biggest news stories of the week has been the acquittal of Stillwater bail agent Casity Dawn Carey, who shot and killed a client in August 2017. 

But even bigger than the story itself is the security camera footage of the event that was released by prosecutors on Monday. People all over the world have seen the video and are debating Carey's actions, as well as the decision reached by the jurors of her case.

It's hardly the first case of an Oklahoma-related crime video going viral, so here are 12 more examples of shocking and outrageous Oklahoma-related crime videos that went viral for various reasons.

WARNING: Some of these videos contain harsh language, violence and death. Viewer discretion is advised.

#13 - Future Heisman winner arrested

You were yelling,” said the officer, as shown in one of the two dashcam videos released by the Fayetteville Police Department Friday afternoon. “And then when I told you to stop, you took off running.”

#12 - Roadside brawl

An Oklahoma State University student who says an angry driver held a knife to his throat Sunday during a roadside fight in Pawnee County said Thursday he hopes a video of the attack leads to justice.

#11 - The cartwheel seen around the world

Always wear underwear, kids. Especially when attempting a cartwheel with an audience.  

A substitute teacher at Pawhuska High School learned that lesson the hard way.

#10 - OU football star Joe Mixon punches Amelia Molitor

Mixon told police in 2014 that he punched Molitor in reaction to being slapped in the face inside the cafe. "She hit me so hard. It felt like a dude hit me," he told police.

#9 - Stillwater bail agent fatally shoots client

At trial, Carey testified she shot the client, Brandon James Williams, 38, of Stillwater, in self-defense. She and her 19-year-old son, Justin Henderson, were attempting to take Williams, who was free on bail, back into custody at the time. 

#8 - Body Cam video from deputy killed in Logan County

Wade, 40, was taken by helicopter to OU Medical Center. He went into cardiac arrest, but doctors were able to revive him long enough to get him into surgery. Wade died at 11:51 a.m. on the operating table.

#7 - Dashcam video: Michael Dale Vance Jr. Pursuit

Fugitive Michael Dale Vance Jr. was the guy Oklahoma Highway Patrol Trooper Brian Costanza had been trained to immobilize.

On a dark, dust-filled rural county road on Oct. 30 in Custer County, Costanza played a vital role in ending Vance’s bloody crime spree.

#6 - Cleveland County chase

A motorist who used Facebook Live to broadcast his run from law enforcement last week was charged Monday with multiple offenses.

"Hey! You don't see me on a high-speed chase? I'm in a high-speed chase, bro. You gotta move over," Brenton James Hager yelled at one motorist during the recorded pursuit.

#5 - Betty Shelby shoots unarmed man

A police officer charged with first-degree manslaughter in the fatal shooting of unarmed Terence Crutcher two weeks ago pleaded not guilty Friday morning in Tulsa County District Court.

Betty Shelby, 42, remained silent in the courtroom besides answering “yes” to acknowledge her presence, and her plea was entered by attorney Shannon McMurray, who is representing Shelby along with attorney Scott Wood.

#4 - Jerome Ersland shoots 2, kills 1

Ersland, 57, was charged Wednesday with first-degree murder. Prosecutors contend he killed Parker after Parker had been incapacitated by a shot to the head. Ingram, 14, confessed to his role in the robbery, telling Oklahoma City police Mitchell and Morrison put him up to it, according to court papers.

#3 - Robert Bates shoots Eric Harris

A former Oklahoma volunteer sheriff's deputy who said he mistook his handgun for his stun gun when he fatally shot an unarmed suspect last year was sentenced Tuesday to four years in prison.

#2 - Moore Police body cam footage confronting Ralph Shortey

Confronted by Moore police at a hotel last March, then-state Sen. Ralph Shortey refused for minutes to answer the door.

"We're not going away," a police officer told him.

#1 - OKCPD officer shoots man trying to light himself on fire

Early Wednesday morning, officers found Pigeon holding a bottle of lighter fluid in his left hand and a lighter in his right hand, Oklahoma City police report. As officers approached, he began pouring the lighter fluid on himself and tried to light the lighter as officers ordered him to the ground.

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