Why Cops Are Usually Acquitted When Charged With A Suspect's Death

Eighty were arrested last night in a third day of rioting in St. Louis after a judge acquitted police officer Jason Shockley on charges in the death of a suspect.  Lance LoRusso, attorney and author of "When Cops Kill" and "Blue News" , explains why cops are usually acquitted when charged with a suspect's death.

 
Gary Sadlemyer and KFAB's Morning News

Gary Sadlemyer and KFAB's Morning News

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