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>> Heads up don't shoot, heads up-.>> Protesters marching through the streets of Tulsa, Oklahoma Wednesday night after a jury found a white police officer not guilty of manslaughter after fatally shooting an unarmed black man. The confrontation, caught on video last September, shows 40 year old Terence Crutcher with his hands in the air shortly before he was shot by officer Betty Shelby.
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Crutcher's car was stalled on a Tulsa street when Shelby approached him. She told investigators she thought Crutcher was reaching for a gun when she fired at him. No weapon was found on Crutcher or in his car. Crutcher's twin sister called the verdict an injustice.>> Terence's hands were up.
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Terence was not an imminent threat. Terence was not the aggressor. Betty Shelby was the aggressor.>> 43 year old Shelby denied race was a factor in the killing. The incident, which followed a series of deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police officers in the US stoked heated protests and a national debate over racial bias in law enforcement.