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Videos show police shooting dead unarmed man in Los Angeles

In the summer of 2013, police officers shot and killed an unarmed man who they stopped in the mistaken belief he was a suspect in a robbery.

The city of Gardena, a part of Los Angeles, ultimately settled with the family of the victim for $4.7 million (£3 million).

This week a judge ordered the police to release the recordings filmed from inside the patrol cars of the officers involved.

Edited by the BBC's Franz Strasser.

  • 15 Jul 2015
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