Protestors Demand Minneapolis Mayor, Police Chief to Step Down

Amir Locke, 22, was sleeping on a couch when just before 7 a.m., police executed a “no-knock” search warrant stormed in.

He was shot and killed, but the apartment he was in wasn’t his and his name wasn’t even on the search warrants.
Hundreds of people protested over the weekend in Minneapolis, calling for the firing of the officers involved and for the city’s mayor and interim police chief to step down from their posts.
BNC legal contributor and veteran prosecutor Paul Henderson and criminal defense attorney Sue-Ann Robinson join Yodit Tewolde on “Making the Case” to discuss.

All this and more on “Making the Case.”

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