(Minneapolis, MN)  —  A group of Black men is calling for justice for Amir Locke and other Black victims of police killings.  Dozens of Black men gathered yesterday in Minneapolis City Hall to protest Locke’s shooting death.  Locke was shot and killed by Minneapolis police earlier this month during a no-knock search warrant operation.  The protesters called for the firing of all officers involved in the operation and the resignation or firing of interim Police Chief Amelia Huffman.  They also want all video and audio recordings of the scene released.  Locke wasn’t the subject of the warrant.