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‘Black lives matter’ slogans raised again in America, police officer shot and killed a black man

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Kent County Chief Medical Officer Dr. Stephen Cole said the autopsy was complete but the toxicology test was not yet complete. The black killed is a refugee from the Republic of Congo. He has several siblings and two daughters in his family.

The issue of racism has come to the fore during traffic management in America. A Michigan police officer shot a black man in the head for violating traffic rules. A white police officer chases a black man during a traffic stop. A scuffle broke out between the two after the youth was shot in the head while snatching the gun. The video released by the police in this case has gone viral. After this, slogans of ‘Black lives matter’ have been raised again in America and there is a protest on the streets.

Patrick Laoya, a 26-year-old black man, was found murdered outside his home in Grand Rapids, Michigan, on the morning of April 4. White police officer Eric Winstrom, who this March turned Grand Rapids chief from a high-ranking Chicago police commander, stopped Leyoya’s car and fired his teaser (electric shock gun). But Lyoya did not do this and after some time a quarrel broke out between the two. In rainy weather, a police officer held a taser (fire gun) twice on the back of black man Patrick. But still when he got out of control, he shot her.

Michigan police have released a video shot on a camera attached to the accused police officer’s uniform, saying state police are investigating. Kent County Chief Medical Officer Dr. Stephen Cole said the autopsy was complete. But toxicology tests are not yet completed. The black man killed is believed to be a refugee from the Republic of Congo. He has several siblings and two daughters in his family.

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