The Minnesota B-C-A calls its investigation into the death of Thurman Blevins its highest priority. In a statement released today, the B-C-A says it wants to assure the public the investigation will be conducted “in a systematic and comprehensive manner in order to present a complete and accurate account of the events” for the Hennepin County Attorney to review. Officials go on to say forensic analysis of some evidence could take several weeks. The B-C-A says it will release all public data once the case is closed as it “would in any other investigation.” Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, the Minneapolis City Council and others have called for body camera footage of the shooting to be released as soon as possible.
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