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VERBATIM: Trump, Clinton sound off on police shootings

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I must tell you, I watched the shooting, in particular, in Tulsa. And that man was hands up. That man went to the car, hands up. Put his hand on the car. I mean, to me it looked like he did everything you're supposed to do. This young officer, I don't know what she was thinking.
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I don't know what she was thinking. But I'm very troubled by that. In my opinion, that was a terrible, a terrible situation, and we've seen others. By the way, the police are troubled by it too, they look at it. Now, did she get scared? Was she choking? What happened?
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But maybe people like that, people that choke, people that do that, maybe they can't be doing what they're doing.>> First, an unarmed man named Terence Crutcher was shot an killed by a police officer in Tulsa. Then, a man named Keith Lamont Scott was shot and killed by a police officer in Charlotte.
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There is still much we don't know about what happened in both incidents. But we do know, that we have two more names to add to a list of African Americans killed by police officers in these encounters. It's unbearable. We are safer when communities respect the police, and police respect the communities.
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