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Fatal Police Shooting in Minnesota Sparks DOJ Investigation, Protests


A St. Paul, MN, man died Wednesday night after being shot by a police officer in Falcon Heights during a traffic stop. The immediate aftermath of the shooting was shown in a video recorded by the man's girlfriend as she sat next to him and which was widely shared on Facebook. More Here.

July 07, 2016
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Robert @ 7/7/2016 4:13 PM

Err what was more important. Putting this on line or worrying about "my boyfriend..." Don't know about u if I saw my other half shot I wouldn't be just sitting there more worried about my on line report.

OK then @ 7/7/2016 4:53 PM

I have to agree. Her entire demeanor is out of synch w/ what is going on in the passenger seat next to her. Secondly, why was the passenger reaching for his driver's license when she was the one behind the wheel?

H @ 7/8/2016 11:46 AM

So, only the aftermath of the shooting on video, but the media blames the cop. Which leads to riots and murders...when is the media going to be held accountable for causing catastrophes?

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