Prosecutor Won’t Release Video Of Black Man’s Shooting Death

Attorney Harry Daniels speaks during a press conference outside the Pasqoutank County Public Safety building in Elizabeth City, N.C., Tuesday, May 11, 2021, after family of Andrew Brown Jr. viewed about 20 minutes of video from the police shooting death of Brown in April. Family attorneys said the longer, redacted video showed Brown did nothing to threaten or provoke deputies and his hands were visible when they approached his car. (Travis Long/The News & Observer via AP)

(AP) — A North Carolina prosecutor says he won’t release bodycam video in the fatal shooting of a Black man by sheriff’s deputies.

District Attorney Andrew Womble made the announcement at a news conference Tuesday. Body camera video played on a projector by Womble was broadcast by multiple news outlets, however.

Womble also said at the news conference that no charges would be filed against any of the deputies and that their actions were justified because Brown ignored their commands and drove his car directly at one of them before they fired any shots.


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