A prosecutor said Wednesday she has decided not to charge Detroit officers in the fatal shooting of a Black man who was recorded by police body cameras as he shot at an officer.
The July 10 shooting of Hakim Littleton was in self-defense, Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy said. He was shot after Detroit officers investigating a July 5 gang-related shooting that left three people dead and five wounded stopped an acquaintance of Littleton’s on the city’s west side. “This is not a chargeable case,” Worthy said. “This is a self-defense case and defense of others case.” The acquaintance didn’t resist while being taken into custody and police cameras showed Littleton, 20, initially appearing calm, even raising his hands before suddenly reachingRead more on clickorlando.com