Aug 20, 2015

Media shown videos of 2 Oakland police-involved deaths of suspects - SFGate

In a highly unusual move, Oakland police showed body-camera footage to reporters Wednesday from an incident in which officers fatally shot a carjacking suspect, saying it supported their account of the killing and would dispel “misinformation” about how the man died. Police also released footage from a second incident in which a man being pursued by officers died after becoming wedged in a space...

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