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    The Tulsa Police Department released video showing the incident that ended with an officer shooting and killing Terence Crutcher. Crutcher, 40, refused orders at the scene, according to police. Police said one officer fired a stun gun and another officer fired one shot that killed Crutcher, who was black, after investigating his stalled car on Friday, September 16, 2016.

The Tulsa Police Department released video showing the incident that ended with an officer shooting and killing Terence Crutcher. Crutcher, 40, refused orders at the scene, according to police. Police said one officer fired a stun gun and another officer fired one shot that killed Crutcher, who was black, after investigating his stalled car on Friday, September 16, 2016. Tulsa Police Department
The Tulsa Police Department released video showing the incident that ended with an officer shooting and killing Terence Crutcher. Crutcher, 40, refused orders at the scene, according to police. Police said one officer fired a stun gun and another officer fired one shot that killed Crutcher, who was black, after investigating his stalled car on Friday, September 16, 2016. Tulsa Police Department

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