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New Calls for Police Reform After the Shooting of Amir Locke

Clip: 02/12/2022 | 15m 28s | Video has closed captioning.

After 22-year-old Amir Locke was shot and killed by a Minneapolis police officer executing a no-knock search warrant last week, calls have renewed for police reform legislation. The panel discussed policing and race and where this issue stands following the racial reckoning after the murder of George Floyd in 2020.

Aired: 02/12/22

Rating: NR

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