Andrew Brown

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We do not know all the details of how Brown responded when officers confronted him outside his home, write Rev. William Barber and Jonathan Wilson-Hartgrove. But we do know that this law enforcement action and officials' unwillingness to -- publicly and with dispatch -- show what happened fits within a long history of White authorities in Eastern North Carolina treating Black people and the Black community as a threat. ...
District Attorney Andrew Womble announced Tuesday morning that he would not press charges against the police officers who shot and killed Andrew Brown Jr. last month outside of his home in Elizabeth City, N.C., saying they were "justified." ...
During a press conference, District Attorney Andrew Womble said while Andrew Brown being fatally shot by Pasquotank County sheriff’s deputies was “tragic,” it was “justified due to his actions.” ...
The sheriff's deputies who fatally shot 42-year-old black man Andrew Brown Jr. in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, last month were "justified" in doing so, a state prosecutor announced Tuesday.In a news conference relaying the results of an independent investigation into the incident conducted by the... ...

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