Just hours before the verdict was read in the Derek Chauvin trial, a Black teenager in Columbus, Ohio was shot and killed by police responding to a call of a person with a knife. In body cam video released by police, a girl can be seen charging at another girl while holding a knife. The matter is now in the hands of the bureau of criminal investigation. The police chief says the officer is being put on administrative leave. World Canada Local.
Texas deputy sparks outrage after pinning Black teenage girl to the ground in viral video
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A Kaufman County deputy who was captured on camera brutalizing a teenage Black girl has been put on leave pending an investigation into the disturbing incident. The video shows a white officer pinning year-old Nekia Trigg to the ground after responding to a call that she was trying to jump in front of moving vehicles. The officer is seen on top of the teen with his legs wrapped around hers, as reported by ABC News Family members rushed to the scene and found the officer on top of the girl on the ground in the front yard of a home. The family claims that at some point during the encounter, Trigg was able to call her brother to tell him she was being accosted by the police. As Trigg continues to pull away from the deputy, his body camera falls, and a struggle between the two reportedly ensues.
Black teen girl shot and killed by police in Columbus, Ohio: officials
Please see our Commenting Policy for more. The decision to swiftly release the video was a departure from protocol as the force faces immense scrutiny from the public following a series of recent high-profile police killings that have led to clashes. The second clip begins with the officer getting out of his car at a house where police had been dispatched after someone called saying they were being physically threatened, Interim Police Chief Michael Woods said at the news conference.
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