A judge ordered Charlotte-Mecklenburg police to release video of the Sept. 6 police shooting death of Rueben Galindo, the first time a judge has said that footage can be released under a new public records law while an investigation is ongoing, the Charlotte Observer reports. District Attorney Andrew Murray has not decided whether to criminally charge the two officers involved. The ruling was the latest test of a . . .
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