A jury has acquitted Tulsa, Alabama police officer Betty Jo Shelby, the who in 2016 killed unarmed Terence Crutcher following a traffic stop. Crutcher, 43, has been charged with manslaughter in the shooting of Crutcher, 40, during a traffic stop that started as a report of a stalled vehicle.
Crutcher's family has called the verdict a disappointment and calls the police department "corrupt." Crutcher's twin sister Tiffany says its "clear" that the department is covering for Shelby.
"Terence was not the aggressor; Betty Shelby was the aggressor," she said. "Betty Shelby had the gun. Betty Shelby was following him with his hands up."