Embedded|An Off- and the Charlotte, N.C., police officer Randall Kerrick shot and killed Jonathan Ferrell, an unarmed black man, in September 2013. Part of the encounter was captured on video.

An Off-Camera Police Shooting, A Trial And The Questions Left Behind

Embedded|An Off- and the Charlotte, N.C., police officer Randall Kerrick shot and killed Jonathan Ferrell, an unarmed black man, in September 2013. Part of the encounter was captured on video.

2nd grand jury indicts Randall Kerrick

2nd grand jury indicts officer in shooting of ex-FAMU football player - CNN.com

North Carolina Jury Will Not Indict Randall Kerrick In Fatal Shooting Of Jonathan Ferrell

North Carolina Jury Will Not Indict Randall Kerrick In Fatal Shooting Of Jonathan Ferrell

24-year-old former Florida A&M football player Jonathan Ferrell was not drunk and did not have any illegal drugs in his system when he was shot to death by officer Randall Kerrick on September 14 in Charlotte, NC.

24-year-old former Florida A&M football player Jonathan Ferrell was not drunk and did not have any illegal drugs in his system when he was shot to death by officer Randall Kerrick on September 14 in Charlotte, NC.

Randall Kerrick, the cop who fired 10 shots into car-accident survivor Jonathan Ferrell.

Randall Kerrick, the cop who fired 10 shots into car-accident survivor Jonathan Ferrell.

Jury Decides Not To Indict Randall Kerrick, Officer Who Fatally Shot Jonathan Ferrell

Jury Decides Not To Indict Officer Who Fatally Shot Jonathan Ferrell

Jury Decides Not To Indict Randall Kerrick, Officer Who Fatally Shot Jonathan Ferrell

Charlotte, NC — In September of 2013, Jonathan Ferrell was in a state of distress after crashing his car and attempted to get help by knocking on a woman’s door in the middle of the night. The woman became frightened, so she shut her door and called the police.  When officers responded to the scene, they saw the former Florida A&M football player walking down the street, in an alleged “zombie state.”  As Ferrell attempted to run from police, one of the officers, Randall Kerrick opened fire,

Charlotte, NC — In September of 2013, Jonathan Ferrell was in a state of distress after crashing his car and attempted to get help by knocking on a woman’s door in the middle of the night. The woman became frightened, so she shut her door and called the police. When officers responded to the scene, they saw the former Florida A&M football player walking down the street, in an alleged “zombie state.” As Ferrell attempted to run from police, one of the officers, Randall Kerrick opened fire,

Jonathan Ferrell, 24, was shot and killed Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013, by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer Randall Kerrick after a car wreck in Charlotte, N.C. Ferrell was unarmed.

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Jonathan Ferrell, 24, was shot and killed Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013, by Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer Randall Kerrick after a car wreck in Charlotte, N.C. Ferrell was unarmed.

Image: Officer Randall Kerrick, left, and Michael Ferrell (Screen capture)

Image: Officer Randall Kerrick, left, and Michael Ferrell (Screen capture)

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Officer Randall Kerrick testifies during his voluntary manslaughter trial, Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015, in Charlotte, N.C. Kerrick charged in the shooting death of an unarmed black man has testified in his own defense Thursday, following witnesses who quoted him as saying he thought his life was in danger.  (Davie Hinshaw/The Charlotte Observer via AP, Pool)

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police Officer Randall Kerrick testifies during his voluntary manslaughter trial, Thursday, Aug. 13, 2015, in Charlotte, N.C. Kerrick charged in the shooting death of an unarmed black man has testified in his own defense Thursday, following witnesses who quoted him as saying he thought his life was in danger. (Davie Hinshaw/The Charlotte Observer via AP, Pool)

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