Earlier this year, protesters gathered in Minneapolis, 

once again demanding justice for a young Black man killed by the police.

 Amir Locke, a 22-year-old man, died on February 2 after being shot by SWAT officers

during the execution of a no-knock warrant. Locke was not named in the warrant itself,

nor was he a suspect in the case being investigated,and a lawyer for his family

said that he was in the apartment staying with a cousin. In the wake of the shooting,

Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey put a pause on no-knock warrants in the city,

and on April 5, Frey ordered an end to most unannounced search warrants.

Shortly after Locke’s killing, Hennepin County Attorney Michael Freeman’s office

and Minnesota attorney general Keith Ellison began their review of the incident,

Police Shooting of Amir