(TULSA, Okla.) — The last time Tiffany Crutcher spoke with her twin brother Terence was through a text message last week. Terrance, who had just enrolled in classes at Tulsa Community College, told his sister he loved her and that he was going to make her proud.
“But because of a serious error in judgment, he won’t get that chance,” Crutcher said at a news conference in New York City Wednesday.
Crutcher, 40, was fatally shot by a police officer after his SUV stalled on the road in Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Friday. Dash-cam video of the incident released on Monday appears to show the black man with his hands raised in the air moments before the white officer fired her weapon.
Now, the Crutcher family is calling for a National Day of Justice in Tulsa next week.
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