Transcript for Protests Erupt After Ohio Judge Declares Mistrial in Police Shooting Case
protests erupted after a judge declared a mistrial in the case of the the white police officer from the university of Cincinnati charged in the shooting death of an unarmed black man. Eva pilgrim explains where the case goes from here. No justice! Reporter: Frustration and outrage. Ray tensing is a free man. It really is hurting to know that my daddy really not coming back. That's evil. That's really evil. Reporter: Tensing was facing charges of murder and voluntary manslaughter for the shooting of unarmed motorist Sam did you Boes. With the jury gridlocked. We're unable to reach a verdict. Reporter: The judge declaring a mistrial. The jury made up of two black women, four white women, and six white men couldn't agree on whether tensing had reason to think his life was in danger. What did you pull me over for? Again, the front tag. Reporter: Initially, peaceful. Escalating when Dubose refuses to open his door. Tensing draws his wip. Firing once. Stop, stop! Reporter: Prosecutors calling tensing a racism, saying the night he was stopped, he was wearing a confederate flag shirt under his uniform. He said the shirt has no means to him. A relative bought him that shirt. Telling the jury he shot in self-defense. He's -- that he's going to run me over and he's going to kill me. Is that when you drew your weapon? Yes, sir. Reporter: Dubose's family now hoping there will be a retrial. We'll get our day. We'll get our day. Reporter: For "Good morning America," Eva pilgrim, ABC news, New York. Coming up, Donald Trump's
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