Police release body-cam footage of shooting

Family and friends are planning a protest today after a black man was shot and killed by two white police officers in Minnesota. ABC News' Alex Perez reports.
1:48 | 07/31/18

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We turn out to Minneapolis where prosecutors say they do not plan to file charges against two white officers who shot and killed a black man. Outraged family and friends say police were too quick to pull their triggers and they're planning a protest rules today. ABC's Alex Perez has the noodle tells. Growing fallout to Minneapolis after the release of his party Kim video showing the fatal shooting of 31 year old Thurmond less than two officers get. Bird trying to give weapons to put down what police say. With a loaded semi automatic when death. The officers involved Justin Smith Brian Kelly were responding to a call of shots fired. Urban intoxicated male locket around identity hair. The video shows him running away. Telling the suspect what they say they started. Levens is still running yells back. Police say Blevins can be seen reaching for his gun inside that red circle and turning towards the officers. Both officers fire shooting Blevins four times Blevins later dying. At a press conference members of a police union said the two officers acted heroically and believe their lives were in danger. The whole time he's looking back giving position on where the officers are apt to acquire a target shoot him. At a later press conference at the company prosecutor took to the podium to defend the police department. But before he could announce charges would not be filed against the two officers family and protesters rush the podium cutting him off. We wind the cops arrested within the next 48 hours. And prosecuting. So fullest degree and a lot because this was my out spreads ABC news Minneapolis.

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