ST. LOUIS — A police officer’s use of deadly force against a civilian was “objectively unreasonable,” because the civilian did not pose an immediate threat of serious physical harm to others, the Eighth Circuit ruled. The civilian was shot five times without warning after officers responded to the scene of an altercation he had with his uncle.
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