New Haven mayor 'outraged' over shooting of unarmed woman

New Haven, Connecticut, Mayor Toni Harp called the incident "police activity gone horribly wrong."
1:16 | 04/18/19

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Transcript for New Haven mayor 'outraged' over shooting of unarmed woman
I just want you know how rubble. Concerned. And we. She. To summarize and nineteen year old when an endless yesterday morning. Anyway. During an incident involving. Him and you know it's now. New Haven police arrived on the scene one yeah. After the report the shooting was hit this incident. Feature if police activity gone horribly wrong. Among the Hamdan knew change haven line and now Stephanie. That's many residents her family her friends. Must live with the consequences and we thought he and certainty. Well as by every definition. And and acceptable response. Going forward police activity that spilled. Over into New Haven must be standardized. And memorialized. That. While it is common and perfectly legal is also conducted in a manner consistent. With the guidelines that apply to new havens police person now.

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