(Minneapolis, MN) — Body camera footage of a deadly police shooting at a Minneapolis apartment is being released. Officials say the video shows officers yelling “police” when entering and ordering a subject under a blanket on a sofa to show their hands when gunshots are fired. Interim Police Chief Amelia Huffman says victim Amir Locke wasn’t the subject of the warrant being served, but that he pointed a gun at officers and didn’t follow commands given to get on the ground. Civil rights attorney and former Minneapolis NAACP president Nekima Levy Armstrong questioned Huffman and Mayor Jacob Frey about why Minneapolis officers were serving a warrant for a case out of another community.
Body-Cam Footage From Police Shooting At Minneapolis Apartment Released
By Ashley Hanley|2022-02-04T05:18:04-06:00February 4th, 2022|