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Korryn Gaines: Mother holding five-year-old son shot dead by police during traffic violations arrest stand-off | Americas | News | The Independent

4.8.16

Korryn Gaines: Mother holding five-year-old son shot dead by police during traffic violations arrest stand-off | Americas | News | The Independent: The race of the officers who shot the mother, who was black, have not been released, but campaigners characterised the incident as a continuation of a series of controversial police shootings involving people of colour.

There was also suspicion over the reported deletion of Facebook videos posted by Ms Gaines during the stand-off and other social media posts.

A police spokesperson said three officers were executing an arrest warrant on Ms Gaines and a man at the same address on Monday morning.


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