Jamar Clark

No Charges Against Minneapolis Officers in Black Man’s Death

Two Minneapolis police officers who shot and killed a black man last month were justified in using deadly force, a prosecutor announced Monday, saying the man was fleeing police and turned toward them with a loaded gun before he was shot.

Q&A: A look at a Minneapolis police shooting, the next steps

A Minnesota prosecutor has announced he won’t use a grand jury to decide whether two police officers should be charged in a black man’s November shooting death. Here are some details about the Minneapolis case and a look at how grand juries work.

Minneapolis police shooting case goes to prosecutors

Minnesota authorities announced Wednesday that they have completed their investigation into the November fatal shooting of a black man by Minneapolis police officers, and prosecutors are now reviewing the case for possible charges.

Protests erupt after black man shot by police in Minneapolis

A Minnesota agency is investigating the shooting by a Minneapolis police officer of a black man suspected in an assault, an incident that prompted protests and led to a community forum with the mayor and police chief Sunday. Accounts from some witnesses that the man was handcuffed when he was shot sparked outrage. Police said their preliminary investigation shows the man was not handcuffed but the investigation is ongoing. Jason Sole, chair of the Minneapolis NAACP’s criminal justice committee, said many black residents of north Minneapolis are upset. “We have been saying for a significant amount of time that Minneapolis