officer involved shooting
“It’s a pretty controversial profession.”
The man was pointing a pipe at people that police and 911 callers mistook for a gun.
Broward County Sheriff’s Deputy Peter Peraza argued that the 2013 shooting was in self defense.
"It’s very likely that this is a mental, an emotional crisis he was going through."
The shooting, captured on video, was one in a series that raised questions of racial bias in U.S. policing.
"We're thinking the police are going to serve us, take him to the hospital. They took his life."
Amos Frerichs "used his vehicle as a weapon," police say.
A grand jury voted this week not to indict the officers.
The suspect can be seen careening up a one-way street in the wrong direction.
The Miami Beach Police said there will be an independent investigation of the shooting.