Judge Who Presided Over Chauvin’s Trial Signed No Knock Warrant in Amir Locke Death

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Local outlets reported that St. Paul police initially requested a “knock and announce” warrant, but Minneapolis police insisted on changing it.

A 22-year-old Black man in Minnesota was fatally shot following a no-knock warrant. Sources told local outlets Judge Peter Cahill signed off on the warrant, which is currently sealed. Cahill was the judge who presided over the trial of ex-Minneapolis… [2598 chars]

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Timeline

Feb 06 Sun:

Police Killing of Amir Locke Brings Out Protesters in Minneapolis

Demonstrators march downtown days after the fatal shooting of Amir Locke, 22.

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Feb 04 Fri:

Officer Who Shot Amir Locke Had 4 Complaints on Record Since 2015 Hiring

Some activists are accusing Minneapolis police of a coverup, while a police official said the officer who shot Locke was in a “difficult position.”

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