Amir Locke March for Justice
1000s of people marched in the streets of Minneapolis on Friday after 22-year-old Amir Locke was killed in his own home after a no-knock warrant was used to enter.
The National Guard was activated in Minnesota on Friday in case of civil unrest after police body cam footage of the raid on Amir Locke's apartment was released to the public.
Amir was fatally shot after police entered his home using a key, despite Amir not being the subject of the warrant.
"I saw in that instant he did the right thing." Andre Locke, Amir Locke's father, says that when he watched the body camera video of his son's killing, he saw Amir's finger outside the trigger guard, gun pointed toward the ground. "I said, we'll get justice Amir." pic.twitter.com/WGs4OiTJSs— Mark Vancleave (@MDVancleave) February 4, 2022
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