MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Sources tell WCCO that the Department of Justice and the FBI have finished their investigation into the Jamar Clark shooting.
Clark was shot and killed by police in north Minneapolis in November. In March, Hennepin Cournty Attorney Mike Freeman, announced the police officers involved, Dustin Schwartze and Mark Riggenberg, would not be charged.
The Department of Justice and FBI were investigating whether or not the officers violated Clark’s civil rights.
Fred Bruno, Schwarze’s attorney, says he does not know the results of the investigation but is confident Schwarze will be cleared of any wrongdoing. The police union said they also believe the officers will be cleared.
Sources say the findings of that investigation will be released Wednesday morning.