Daily Mail – Police are withholding footage from body cameras that officers were wearing in Utah when a 17-year-old boy who was wielding a broomstick was shot and critically injured. Salt Lake City police say they are not releasing the footage involved in Abdi Mohamed’s shooting because of the ongoing investigation and the possibility that the teenager could face charges.
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