Federal Lawsuit Filed Against Officers In Jamar Clark's DeathA federal lawsuit has been filed against the two Minneapolis police officers involved in the shooting death of Jamar Clark.
Feds: No Federal Charges Against Officers In Jamar Clark ShootingFederal officials announced Wednesday that there was insufficient evidence to pursue civil rights charges against the officers involved in the Jamar Clark shooting.
MPD Union Leader: 'Black Lives Matter Is A Terrorist Organization'The president of Minneapolis Police's union says the officers involved in the fatal shooting of Jamar Clark are vindicated after a federal investigation cleared them of any wrongdoing.
Interview Audio Released Of Officers In Jamar Clark ShootingWe are hearing for the first time from the Minneapolis police officers who shot and killed Jamar Clark. Officers Mark Ringgenberg and Dustin Schwarze were called to Plymouth Avenue in November on reports of a domestic situation where the alleged abuser was still at the scene.
Timeline Of The Jamar Clark CaseThe officer-involved shooting death of Jamar Clark last November has rocked Minnesota. It sparked a nearly 20-day protest outside of Minneapolis Police’s 4th Precinct Building, led by the group Black Lives Matter.
Officer Involved In Clark Shooting Accused Of Excessive Force In 2011One of the Minneapolis police officers involved in a black man's fatal shooting is accused in a lawsuit of using excessive force during an arrest four years ago.
Civil Rights Groups Says It’s Gathered 70,000 Signatures For The Release Of VideoA national civil rights group says it’s amassed nearly 70,000 signatures demanding that leaders in Minnesota release video of the Jamar Clark shooting.
A Look At The Officers Involved In Jamar Clark's ShootingSunday morning's shooting death of Jamar Clark brought two Minneapolis police officers into the public eye. That single action of pulling the trigger put officers Mark Ringgenberg and Dustin Schwarze under an intense investigation.
Police Union: Jamar Clark Reached For Officer's Gun Before ShootingUnion officials with Minneapolis police say an investigation shows Jamar Clark was reaching for an officer's gun when he was shot early Sunday morning in north Minneapolis. The police union also says Clark was not handcuffed when the shooting took place and handcuffs were never on.