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‘We Want the Truth,’ Says Grandmother of Native Woman Killed by Cop - Steve Rideout, uncle: “The night after Jackie died, we had a candlelight vigil at the scene of the shooting. The next day, and on several more days, I returned to where she had been parked, opposite a park and playground. I couldn’t find any signs of an accelerating vehicle. There were no skid marks on the pavement or gouges in the gravel edge of the street, either of which you’d expect from sudden acceleration, depending on how far over the car was parked.

“Furthermore, killing a driver doesn’t stop a vehicle in gear and in motion. If the driver were suddenly incapacitated and could no longer depress the gas pedal, the vehicle would keep rolling until it crashed. There’s no sign of that—on the car, the park fence, or anywhere else. What stopped Jackie’s car? Did it even start up, much less accelerate? When, and why, was Jackie shot?”

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