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NEWS BRIEF Footage released Monday by Tulsa police shows 40-year-old Terence Crutcher was unarmed and held his hands in the air when he was fatally shot by officers last week. It can be found here and may be disturbing to some viewers.“The video is very disturbing, it’s very difficult to watch,” Tulsa Police Chief Chuck Jordan said in a press conference Monday before the video’s release.
Mac Kenzie said the county would investigate whether Crutcher’s civil rights had been violated and if criminal charges should be brought against the officers responsible, assuring that “we will achieve justice in this case.”Danny Williams, the U. attorney for the Northern District of Oklahoma, said the Department of Justice would conduct a separate civil-rights investigation.
This incident is the latest in a number of officer-involved shootings of unarmed black men in the United States this year.
In a ruling earlier this week, the High Court did not agree to release the full video - but has permitted its partial release, allowing the opening scenes of the episode to be viewed by the public for the first time.
The newly-released video clips do not show the shooting incident itself, only some of the events leading up to it.
Soloman-Simmons said the video also raises questions about when Crutcher died.