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Photo by STEPHEN PINGRY/Tulsa World File March 1, 2019: Betty Shelby will not face charges for federal civil rights violation

The U.S. Department of Justice says it did not find sufficient evidence to prosecute Shelby for a federal civil rights violation. A month later, a state appellate court upholds the dismissal.

Tiffany Crutcher says the decision is “very disappointing” but says the family is still “not defeated.”

Photo by MATT BARNARD/Tulsa World File March 14, 2019: Tiffany Crutcher addresses city council; mayor responds

Mayor GT Bynum said he has nothing but admiration for the Crutcher family and compassion for what they have been through.

“They are really good people who endured a horrible loss,” he said.

At the same time, Bynum said, he is troubled by the way Damario Solomon-Simmons has portrayed Tulsa’s police officers.

“Do I think their attorney jumps in front of the cameras every chance he gets to belittle the Tulsa Police Department and to belittle the hard work of so many people in our community who are trying to do work on community policing? Yeah, I do.”

Photo by KEVIN CANFIELD/Tulsa World File March 21, 2019: Dismissal of a Terence Crutcher wrongful death lawsuit upheld

A state appellate court upheld the dismissal of a wrongful death lawsuit filed by the estate of Terence Crutcher against the city of Tulsa on the grounds that a similar lawsuit is pending in federal court.

The Oklahoma Court of Civil Appeals ruled that District Judge Mary Fitzgerald properly dismissed a lawsuit brought in 2018 by Crutcher’s estate because it violated a state ban on splitting claims in different courts.

April 2019: Betty Shelby to teach basic NRA pistol course with husband

Scott Wood, Betty Shelby’s attorney, said the event is the most rudimentary class for firearms available. The class would be a prerequisite for concealed carry or tactical courses, though he said he doesn’t think the Shelbys intend to expand to those topics.

Tulsa World File photo May 14, 2019: Tiffany Crutcher takes policing reform campaig

 

 

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