White Tulsa police officer Betty Shelby acquitted over fatal shooting of unarmed black man
May 18, 2017
An Oklahoma jury on Wednesday found a white Tulsa police officer not guilty of manslaughter in the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man in a confrontation caught on video last September, stoking a national debate over racial bias in law enforcement. Betty Shelby, 43, was acquitted after a week-lon...
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