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The ethics complaint, filed with the Oklahoma Bar Association, alleges Kunzweiler didn’t have probable cause to charge Shelby “merely based on watching a video” of her fatal encounter with Terence Crutcher.

Photo by IAN MAULE/Tulsa World File May 8, 2017: Jury selected for Tulsa officer Betty Shelby trial

A jury has been chosen, with 14 individuals set to hear the evidence against Tulsa Police Officer Betty Shelby.

The jury panel of 12 includes two black women, and a black man is among the two alternates.

Photo by MIKE SIMONS/Tulsa World File May 10, 2017: Rev. Al Sharpton returns to Tulsa for ‘Call for Justice’ rally

Sharpton said he came to Tulsa because the Crutcher family asked him to come.

“We didn’t come to start trouble; we came to stop trouble.”

He said the shooting of a man with his hands up has been the “only violence committed in this entire ordeal.”

“Not one window was broken. Not one brick was thrown.”

Tulsa World File photo May 15, 2017: Defense rests after unsuccessful motion for mistrial

The defense motion cited perceived implications by prosecutors that Tulsa officer Betty Shelby took time to “get her story straight” before giving an official police interview about the fatal shooting of Terence Crutcher.

Photo by MIKE SIMONS/Tulsa World File May 18, 2017: Jury ‘could never get comfortable with the concept of Betty Shelby being blameless’

The jurors in Betty Shelby’s trial believed she acted according to her training when she fatally shot Terence Crutcher, but several believed she didn’t do all she could to mitigate the situation, which left the group unable to get “comfortable with the concept of Betty Shelby being blameless.”

The jury deliberated for just more than nine hours before reaching its decision. Several jurors were in tears as the judge read the not-guilty verdicts for the two theories of manslaughter — heat of passion and resisting criminal attempt — for which Shelby was charged.

 

 

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