(Minneapolis, MN)  —  The family of a Black man killed in a no-knock raid by Minneapolis police are calling for policy change.  Amir Locke was killed last week when officers conducted the raid on an apartment where he was laying on a couch with a gun.  The 22-year-old was not named in the warrant.  His family, along with that of Breonna Taylor, killed in a 2020 Kentucky raid, held a press conference yesterday calling for an end to no-knock warrants.  Attorney Ben Crump called on President Biden to make a change at the top and predicted the states would follow.  The shooting has led to protests in the city, with people calling for justice.