Transcript for Protests after Officer Betty Shelby was found not guilty of manslaughter
Next tonight protests against the jury verdict in a deadly police shooting trial in Oklahoma. Officer Betty Shelby, the manslaughter charges and overnight the verdict. After shooting an unarmed man, ABC's Clayton Sandell in Tulsa. No justice, no peace! Reporter: Tonight, the jury's acquittal of a Tulsa police officer is proving almost as controversial as the shooting itself. Shots fired! Reporter: Officer Betty Shelby told "60 minutes" she opened fire on 40-year old Terence Crutcher, fearing he was reaching for weapon. I never want to kill anyone. Reporter: But Crutcher was unarmed, and the killing of a black man by a white officer made Tulsa the latest flashpoint in the nationwide debate over police use of force. Terence didn't have a gun. Terence had his hands up, and she still got away with murder. Reporter: But officer Shelby denies racism, but Tulsa's mayor tonight her attorney tells us she wants her job back. She thinks she can help people understand and educate in what happened, why it happened and try to help heal. Reporter: But Shelby's future as a cop is now up to Tulsa city officials. They say a decision is coming soon. David. Clayton, thank you.
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