L.A. Releases Surveillance Video of Officer Shooting Teen

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In recent months, law enforcement leaders around the U.S. have found themselves backed into the same corner following controversial police shootings captured on video. Chiefs in Fresno, Charlotte, N.C., El Cajon, Ca., and other cities initially refused to make the recordings public. After days of protests and continuing demands for transparency, police leaders relented and released the video in the hope of reducing tensions and validating their accounts of what happened, the Los Angeles Times Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!