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>> We're back on the record.>> After five days and more than 30 hours of deliberations, an Ohio judge has declared a mistrial in the case of former police officer Ray Tensing. This is the second time a jury has been unable to reach a unanimous verdict. The first mistrial was declared in November.
The former University of Cincinnati police officer was charged with murder in the shooting death of a black motorist during a traffic stop nearly two years ago. Tensing shot and killed 43 years old Samuel DuBose after stopping him for a missing front license plate on his car in July 2015.
Tensing had testified that with his arm inside the car, he feared for his life when DuBose hit the accelerator. Tensing's body cam captured the incident, which added to the nationwide debate over the use of excessive force by police, especially against minorities.