Washingtonians march to bring awareness and judicial inquiry to the Terrence Sterling case.

Washingtonians march to bring awareness and judicial inquiry to the Terrence Sterling case.

Federal prosecutors announced last night that the police officer who shot an killed unarmed motorist Terrence Sterling last year wont be prosecuted. We get an update on the legal proceedings, and the reaction from the community.

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  • Keith Alexander DC Crime and Court Reporter, The Washington Post
  • Jason Downs Attorney, Murphy, Falcon, and Murphy; Represents the family of Terrence Sterling

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