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Ohio Police Officer Ray Tensing’s Indictment for Killing Unarmed Black Man Dominates Prime-Time News
Body-Camera Footage Fuels Viewers’ Outrage
Despite competing news from a heat wave and the discovery of possible debris from the Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 that disappeared last year, the indictment of a University of Cincinnati police officer for fatally shooting an unarmed black man commanded prime real estate on the three major broadcast networks’ evening news programs Wednesday.
The development led the ABC “World News Tonight” and was in the first news block on “NBC Nightly News” and the “CBS Evening News.”
The programs showed a damning body-camera video of the exchange between University of Cincinnati police officer Ray Tensing and motorist Samuel DuBose that began as a routine traffic stop and ended with a single, fatal gunshot.
“It’s an absolute tragedy that anyone would behave in this manner,” Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters, who publicly released the video,
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On Tuesday, Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Joanne O’Donnell banned release of any video from the May 22 meeting. She also set an August 19 hearing to discuss a StemExpress request for a preliminary injunction until the matters are sorted out in court — and authorized expedited fact-finding on the issue.
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The company also asked