In the footage, officers approach Fatunbi who leans out of a window. He appears to say a few words to the officers before leaning back inside. He then re-emerges with the gun that he points directly at the officer, who dives behind an awning for cover as the footage ends.
After this point, police entered the property and Fatunbi attempted to fire at the officers again who responded by shooting him four times in the torso and legs.
The officers - none of whom were injured in the attack - swiftly called for medical help and Fatunbi is recovering.Damn! Now the British taxpayer has to pay to keep him behind bars for (maybe) twelve years...
Detective Superintendent Nick Thorburn said: 'They showed professionalism in the way they dealt with it and they showed compassion in saving a life after the event.'For once, I'd have been happier if they'd shown a bit less professionalism.
He added: 'The people of London will sleep safer knowing Derrick Fatunbi is off the streets.Yeah. It's not like there's no others like him out there, is it?