Michigan police fatally shoot black man
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Authorities in the U.S. city of Grand Rapids, Michigan have released three separate videos showing the leadup to the fatal police shooting of Patrick Lyoya. A police officer pulled over a car with plates not matching the car, according to authorities.
When Lyoya, the driver, was asked to show his driver's license, the video shows he ran and a skirmish with the lone officer ensued.
At one point Lyoya grabbed the officer's taser, and after wrestling for over a minute, video shows Lyoya was shot in the head.
The police say they are still investigating the shooting and have not filed charges against the officer.
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