Massive demonstrations break out after police allegedly beat, kill black man in Memphis

Demonstrators gather at dusk in Shelby Farms Park on Monday, Jan. 30, 2023, in Memphis, Tenn., in response to the death of Tyre Nichols, who died after being beaten by Memphis police officers. Nichols, who had a hobby in photography, frequented the park to photograph sunsets. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
Sarah WeaverThe Daily CallerDemonstrations are breaking out in Memphis, Tennessee after police in the city beat a black man so badly he died three days later.Demonstrations began Friday night as Memphis police released bodycam footage of Tyre Nichols’s interaction with five police black officers, all of whom have been fired, arrested and charged. Two additional Shelby County deputies are under investigation following the release of the footage.The officers pulled Nichols over during a traffic stop in early January after which a “confrontation occurred.” Video footage appears to show the officers beating Nichols, injuries which reportedly sent the 29-year-old to the hospital in critical condition. Nichols died three days later.Protesters have shut down the Memphis-
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