The video is not of the incident but of the cop admitting to it. No one was shot, it was apparently just brandished after the cop was hit with a snowball. The officer was plain clothed and it is unclear if the snowball thrower new the person was a cop or even if it was intentional. No shots were fired.
Video embedded below.
"A plainclothes police detective allegedly pulled his gun out and waved it at a large group of people in a snowball fight at the corner of 14th and U Saturday afternoon.
The incident began when a plain-clothes detective approached the crowd of people throwing snowballs and got into a verbal altercation with members of the crowd, according to police.
A uniformed officer responded to the scene after getting calls about a man with a gun. The uniformed officer pulled out his weapon as he approached the plain-clothes detective. As soon as the detective identified himself the uniformed officer put his gun back in the holster, police said."