Video: Man shot, Tasered by police after attacking CTA bus driver and passengers in 2012

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CHICAGO -- One of the hundreds of videos IPRA released Friday shows a man getting shot twice and Tasered by Chicago police after he reportedly attacked passengers and the driver on a CTA bus in November 2012.

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Jamison is currently serving a 9-year prison sentence for a conviction for aggravated battery to a transit employee, according to records from the Illinois Department of Corrections.

At the time of the incident, Cook County prosecutors said he had five prior felony convictions. Court records show his convictions date back to 2002 and include aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, armed robbery with a firearm, attempted aggravated vehicle hijacking and aggravated battery of a peace officer.

Jamison filed a lawsuit against the officer involved in the incident, claiming he had no weapons in his possession. But a federal judge dismissed the case last year.

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