denver - An FBI agent who unintentionally gained worldwide fame by shooting a bystander during a wild dance gets his gun back. Chase Bishop may also wear his weapon outside working hours, provided he does so in a manner 'in accordance with the FBI policy,' said a spokesperson for the prosecutor against The Denver Post.
The legal problems of the 29-year-old Bishop are not yet finished. The authorities sue him for the shooting in a nightclub. According to American media, he can basically get twelve years in prison for the incident, which was filmed by a bystander.
On the images you can see how Bishop is dancing surrounded by onlookers. He loses his firearm when he makes a somersault on the dance floor. The agent quickly snatches the weapon off the ground, but shoots a bystander in his leg. The man was seriously injured.