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McGee v. Knolton

Madison County, Tenn. officer: I shot 18-year-old assault suspect in the back, killing him, as he “gunned” his car directly at me. Eyewitnesses: The teen was driving slowly, steering away from officers (who were not in uniform, did not activate the emergency lights on their unmarked car, and did not identify themselves). Sixth Circuit: No qualified immunity.


Tags: 2018, Police, Qualified Immunity, Sixth Circuit

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