Cleveland police officer Michael Brelo was acquitted of manslaughter in the shooting deaths of two unarmed African-Americans. A judge ruled that when Brelow fired 49 bullets into the car they were driving the shooting was "reasonable despite knowing now that there was no gun in the car." Jericka Duncan reports.
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Officer Michael Brelo has been found not guilty in the deaths of two unarmed suspects stemming from a confrontation that followed a high-speed chase in 2012. Brelo's defense attorney, Patrick D'Angelo, reacts to the acquittal.
Renee Robinson, a relative of Cleveland police shooting victim Malissa Williams, gave an emotional response to Officer Michael Brelo's acquittal in the 2012 shooting. Malissa Williams and Timothy Russell were shot to death after leading officers on a 23-minute high-speed chase.
Community activist Basheer Jones engages with Northeast Ohio College Preparatory High School students about relations with police officers. In the wake of recent shootings of unarmed African-Americans by police officers, these students express their fears and concerns. Produced by Gilad Thaler.
Friends, relatives and supporters of Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams organized a demonstration after Officer Michael Brelo was found not guilty on all charges stemming from a 2012 shooting.
The unarmed couple was killed when officers fired on them 137 times. Brelo was the only officer charged in the shootings. CBS Cleveland affiliate WOIO's Bill Safos reported live from the demonstration as it played out.
A judge has acquitted a Cleveland police officer of voluntary manslaughter in a 2012 shooting that left an unarmed couple dead.
A total of 137 shots were fired at Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams following a 23-minute-long high-speed chase. Although 13 other police officers were involved in the shooting, Michael Brelo, 31, was the only officer charged.