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That video was only a fraction of footage recorded of the deadly confrontation, Police Chief Jeri Williams said.
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Choong worries that a confrontation between the U.S. and China, or between Japan and China, could turn to open conflict as a result of some “trigger-happy commander on the ground who decides to press a point and push the button.”