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Police Shooting

A federal court in Oklahoma ruled in favor of law enforcement in an excessive force dispute stemming from an encounter with a reportedly suicidal woman who had locked herself in a store with a loaded gun. Officers shot the woman seven times as they attempted to enter her business.

MUSKOGEE, Okla. – A federal court in Oklahoma ruled in favor of law enforcement in an excessive-force dispute stemming from an encounter with a reportedly suicidal woman who had locked herself in a store with a loaded gun. Officers shot the woman seven times as they attempted to enter her business.

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