Michigan prosecutor to announce whether charges will be filed in police shooting of Patrick Lyoya

Because the police estimate a traffic execution, I didn’t know that here in America can be an execution started to kill someone. Kill someone with a gun. I don’t they want the police was killed, their brother to be identified. They want to know the killer of their brother. They want to know his name and they want to know his face. Mr trump. What would you say needs to happen on a national scale to put a stop to these tragedies? He’s my first born, I’m really deeply hurt and wounded. I don’t know what to do. I cannot stop myself, but for crying is secondary right now to them, we can you see a police officer? Police are scouring, escalate a minor traffic stop into a deadly execution?

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Michigan prosecutor to announce whether charges will be filed in police shooting of Patrick Lyoya

A prosecutor said he will announce Thursday whether charges will be filed in the death of Patrick Lyoya, a Black man who was on the ground when he was shot in the back of the head by a Michigan police officer.Kent County prosecutor Chris Becker gave no hints Wednesday, saying only that he would disclose his “charging decision” at an afternoon news conference in Grand Rapids.Lyoya, 26, a refugee from Congo, was killed by Grand Rapids Officer Christopher Schurr after a traffic stop on April 4.Video above: Patrick Lyoya’s father seeks charges, officer IDSchurr, who is white, told Lyoya that he stopped him because the license plate didn’t match the vehicle, according to video. Lyoya began to run after he was asked for a driver’s license. Schurr quickly caught him, but the pair physically struggled across a front lawn in a residential neighborhood while Lyoya’s passenger recorded the scene on a phone. Lyoya was on the ground when Schurr shot him. He had demanded that Lyoya take his hand off the officer’s Taser, video showed.Schurr, who has been on leave since the shooting, has not talked publicly about what happened.Lyoya’s parents have demanded that he be charged with crimes and fired.

A prosecutor said he will announce Thursday whether charges will be filed in the death of Patrick Lyoya, a Black man who was on the ground when he was shot in the back of the head by a Michigan police officer.

Kent County prosecutor Chris Becker gave no hints Wednesday, saying only that he would disclose his “charging decision” at an afternoon news conference in Grand Rapids.

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Lyoya, 26, a refugee from Congo, was killed by Grand Rapids Officer Christopher Schurr after a traffic stop on April 4.

Video above: Patrick Lyoya’s father seeks charges, officer ID

Schurr, who is white, told Lyoya that he stopped him because the license plate didn’t match the vehicle, according to video.

Lyoya began to run after he was asked for a driver’s license. Schurr quickly caught him, but the pair physically struggled across a front lawn in a residential neighborhood while Lyoya’s passenger recorded the scene on a phone.

Lyoya was on the ground when Schurr shot him. He had demanded that Lyoya take his hand off the officer’s Taser, video showed.

Schurr, who has been on leave since the shooting, has not talked publicly about what happened.

Lyoya’s parents have demanded that he be charged with crimes and fired.

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