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Minneapolis police promise to release footage after fatal shooting

Minneapolis police promise to release footage after fatal shooting
After a traffic stop ended with the police shooting a man in Minneapolis on Wednesday night, the city held its breath and awaited the promised release of body camera footage of the incident.

After a traffic stop ended with the police shooting a man in Minneapolis on Wednesday night, the city held its breath and awaited the promised release of body camera footage of the incident.The city’s police chief, Medaria Arradondo, said in a news conference Wednesday night that video of the shooting would be released in the coming day.Most Read The police department declined to comment on the number of officers who fired their weapons in the shooting in the Powderhorn Park neighborhood on Wednesday night.local time Wednesday night, protesters gathered near the fueling station, which sits less than a mile from the site of where Floyd, a Black man, died.

A crush of protesters gathered in Minneapolis despite the cold on Wednesday night.The shooting near a gas station on a frosty evening in south Minneapolis rattled a city scarred by the caught-on-video police killing of George Floyd last spring.

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