Police won’t be charged in death of Amir Locke, Black man shot in 'no knock' raid
No charges will be filed in the death of Amir Locke, a 22-year-old Black man who was shot by a SWAT team officer during a raid with a "no knock" warrant in Minneapolis in February, officials announced Wednesday.
Hennepin County Attorney Michael Freeman and Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison said in a statement that after a “thorough review,” “there is insufficient admissible evidence to file criminal charges in this case.”
Attorneys Benjamin Crump, Jeff Storms and Antonio Romanucci said in a joint statement Wednesday that Locke's family was "deeply disappointed" by the decision not to charge Hanneman.
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