A Southern Bend, Ind., A policeman who shot and killed a black man in June, has resigned from power, according to CNN.
The officer, sergeant. Ryan O'Neill said he turned to Eric Logan after receiving reports of a man who broke into the cars and shot him after Logan blamed him with a knife. O'Neill's body camera was turned off during the shooting.
Chief Scott Rushkowski said O'Neill resigned on Monday.
"I get a letter about his resignation, and the shooting has led to mass demonstrations in the black community of South Bend as protesters face the mayor and the presidential candidate Pitt Buttigley [Peter Peter] Peter (Paul) polls" after his studies show he is lagging behind with many democratic candidates. Buttigieg: "Medicare for all, free college education is" questioned by their merits "The League of Conservative voters withdrew from the Climate Forum after the offensive.] (D) when he left the campaign path to pay attention The Tribune of the Court of Justice, John Broden, appointed Prosecutor Richard Herttel to investigate the shooting
The Logan family, meanwhile, filed a lawsuit against the city claiming that O'Neill had used an excessive lethal force against Logan and has subjected him to an unlawful treatment based on and his race
The policies and practices of South Bend, as well as the unjustified and unjustified behavior of the accused O'Neill, the plaintiff suffered injuries, including a severe emotional disorder and ultimately the death of Eric Jack Logan. for a comment from Hill