RAW VIDEO: Mpls. Officers Cleared of Wrong Doing in Shooting
A Hennepin County grand jury has cleared two Minneapolis police officers of any wrongdoing involving their roles in the shooting and killing of Terrance Franklin.
Jurors wrapped up hearing evidence last week regarding the shooting death of Franklin, 22, in a south Minneapolis basement last May. Twenty-three people on the grand jury deliberated on whether criminal charges should be brought against the Minneapolis officers.
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