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On Wednesday it was determined by a jury that former Oklahoma officer, #BettyShelby, was not guilty of manslaughter when it came to the death of #TerenceCrutcher.

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In the shooting, which took place back in September of 2016, Shelby can be seen on from the footage of a helicopter as she pulled Crutcher over. She can also be seen fatally shooting Crutcher, who was unarmed, while he stood with his hands up in the air.

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According to NPR, after the verdict was announced, Crutcher’s father, Joseph, said, "Let it be known that I believe in my heart that Betty Shelby got away with murder, and I don't know what was in the mind of that jury.” _____________________________________

According to NPR, after the verdict was announced, Crutcher’s father said, "Let it be known that I believe in my heart that Betty Shelby got away with murder, and I don't know what was in the mind of that jury.” _____________________________________

During the trial, Crutcher’s twin sister Tiffany reportedly said that it was clear that the Tulsa police department was covering for Shelby, and that in the footage from the killing, police seemed more concerned for Shelby instead of her brother who had been shot.

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It didn’t take long before social media was filled with—read more at TheShadeRoom.com

"White woman's fear wins, but don't ever forget this is the face of a killer" -- Terence Crutcher's life mattered. ✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿#blacklivesmatter #bettyshelby #bettyshelbyisamurderer #terencecrutcher

#TerenceCrutcher's killer #BettyShelby, a cop, was found NOT GUILTY...please note the unarmed is still a menacing word. Anyone not carrying a gun in UNARMED. She killed an INNOCENT black man.

GALLERY: Just before 10:00 p.m. last night, after nine hours of deliberation, District Judge Doug Drummond read aloud the not guilty verdict in the #BettyShelby manslaughter case. Shelby, a Tulsa police officer, shot and killed unarmed #TerenceCrutcher last September. These photos were taken by @no_jackson in downtown #Tulsa after the verdict was announced. To see the full gallery, visit thetulsavoice.com. Link also in bio.

The jury deliberated for more than nine hours.
Via @supernolatv
Betty Shelby was charged with felony manslaughter last September after shooting an unarmed black man.

She testified she shot Terence Crutcher, 40, because he was acting bizarrely and failed to obey commands.

Terence Crutcher
But prosecutors said in arrest filings that Shelby “reacted unreasonably by escalating the situation” into a fatal encounter.

The incident began when a witness called 911, and said a man was running away from a vehicle found abandoned in the middle of the road.

According to the witness, the man, Crutcher, kept saying the vehicle was going to blow up.

Shelby said once on scene, she cleared the vehicle and did not see anyone inside.

As she turned back to her patrol car, she said she saw Crutcher walking towards her.

She says Crutcher did not obey her commands when she told him to “show me your hands.” She also testified that Crutcher put his hands on the vehicle and moved to reach into the vehicle.

That’s when Shelby fired her weapon at Crutcher, and the officer next to her, Officer Tyler Turnbough, tased him. #bettyshelby via @vintage_vegan_

#Tulsa police are now near 5th and Denver where protesters are blocking the street. #BettyShelby #TerenceCrutcher

The owner of Royalty the Rabbit says he brought her out here to keep the mood light and peaceful as we await #bettyshelby verdict. #jungleboyz

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This right here is the saddest scene ive Ever seen. I swear we have to see & know #WHOARETHEREALDEVILS Before its too late.
Dear Black People, Stop Expecting White Folks to Feel Your Pain

We concentrate too much energy on seeking validation and empathy from white people—but we need that energy to protect ourselves.

Three more Black people have been killed by police, and predictably, each corpse is being blamed for his own death.
#TyreeKing, a 13-year-old boy killed by a cop in #Columbus, #Ohio, while holding a BB gun. The family hired an independent medical examiner who determined that King was shot in the back, likely while trying to flee police.

#KeithScott in #Charlotte, #NorthCarolina, a man sitting in his truck as he waited for his son’s elementary school bus to arrive after a day of learning. Cops claim to have seen a gun and marijuana in his car, and ordered him to get out of the vehicle. His wife pleaded with the police, letting them know her husband had a traumatic brain injury and was not a threat to anyone. As he exited the car, slowly walking backwards with his hands by his sides, an officer opened fire killing him in front of his wife and the world to see.
#TerenceCrutcher, in #Tulsa, #Oklahoma, was seeking police assistance for his stalled car. He was shot and killed by Officer #BettyShelby, who in the aftermath told detectives, “I was never so scared in my life as in that moment right then.” Fear of a Black man appears to be part of the culture of the Tulsa Police Department. An officer in a helicopter hovering hundreds of feet above the scene described Crutcher as a “big bad dude,” taking racial profiling to a new height.

And these are just the latest set of examples, a single branch in America’s white supremacist tree. Its roots are deep and its effects are immense.
Almost on repeat, the Black community has responded with marches, protests, and endless public conversation. Despite the persistent struggle for justice and freedom, this moment has also highlighted a level of weariness, a growing level cynicism as we calculate the odds of “justice.”#philandocastile
#naturalbornkillers #synagogueofsatan

This right here is the saddest scene ive Ever seen. I swear we have to see & know #WHOARETHEREALDEVILS Before its too late.
Dear Black People, Stop Expecting White Folks to Feel Your Pain

We concentrate too much energy on seeking validation and empathy from white people—but we need that energy to protect ourselves.

Three more Black people have been killed by police, and predictably, each corpse is being blamed for his own death.
#TyreeKing, a 13-year-old boy killed by a cop in #Columbus, #Ohio, while holding a BB gun. The family hired an independent medical examiner who determined that King was shot in the back, likely while trying to flee police.

#KeithScott in #Charlotte, #NorthCarolina, a man sitting in his truck as he waited for his son’s elementary school bus to arrive after a day of learning. Cops claim to have seen a gun and marijuana in his car, and ordered him to get out of the vehicle. His wife pleaded with the police, letting them know her husband had a traumatic brain injury and was not a threat to anyone. As he exited the car, slowly walking backwards with his hands by his sides, an officer opened fire killing him in front of his wife and the world to see.
#TerenceCrutcher, in #Tulsa, #Oklahoma, was seeking police assistance for his stalled car. He was shot and killed by Officer #BettyShelby, who in the aftermath told detectives, “I was never so scared in my life as in that moment right then.” Fear of a Black man appears to be part of the culture of the Tulsa Police Department. An officer in a helicopter hovering hundreds of feet above the scene described Crutcher as a “big bad dude,” taking racial profiling to a new height.

And these are just the latest set of examples, a single branch in America’s white supremacist tree. Its roots are deep and its effects are immense.
Almost on repeat, the Black community has responded with marches, protests, and endless public conversation. Despite the persistent struggle for justice and freedom, this moment has also highlighted a level of weariness, a growing level cynicism as we calculate the odds of “justice.”#philandocastile
#naturalbornkillers #synagogueofsatan

Name: Betty Shelby
Location: Oklahoma
Crime: Murder of Terrance Crutcher

Please consider this suspect to be armed and dangerous
#terrancecrutcher #Murder #InUsWeTrust #NoJustice #BettyShelby

Happy #Juneteenth! Introducing the #JuneteenthChallenge. Let's spit some #bars about the things that matter.
#HipHop #Rap #NewMusic #AltonSterling #PhilandoCastile #BettyShelby #3Fifs #MakeHistory

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