A Tacoma police officer keeps an eye on protesters as they walked through Tacoma in March to take a stand against the police shooting death of Jacqueline Salyers. A month later, many of Salyers’ supporters spoke at City Hall. A prosecutor’s office investigation has since determined her killing to be justifiable homicide.
A Tacoma police officer keeps an eye on protesters as they walked through Tacoma in March to take a stand against the police shooting death of Jacqueline Salyers. A month later, many of Salyers’ supporters spoke at City Hall. A prosecutor’s office investigation has since determined her killing to be justifiable homicide. Dean J. Koepfler News Tribune file photo
A Tacoma police officer keeps an eye on protesters as they walked through Tacoma in March to take a stand against the police shooting death of Jacqueline Salyers. A month later, many of Salyers’ supporters spoke at City Hall. A prosecutor’s office investigation has since determined her killing to be justifiable homicide. Dean J. Koepfler News Tribune file photo

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