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    From Tulsa to Charlotte Police Killings Continue in the USA

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    Two more notable police killings, this time in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Charlotte, NC continue to shake the nation.

    On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by journalist Samantha Vicent of the Tulsa World to talk about the killing of Terrence Crutcher by Tulsa Police.  Crutcher was unarmed and posed no threat to police at the time he was tasered and shot by Tulsa police.  

    Host Eugene Puryear is then joined by Reverend Dr. Rodney Goss, Pastor Morning Star Baptist Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma to talk about what is next for the police that killed Terence Crutcher and whether or not he thinks charges will be brought against the police in the killing.  Dr. Goss also talks about the historical relationships between police and community members in Oklahoma, a state that has ranked number one in police killings per capita.

    In a special third segment, By Any Means Necessary is joined by journalist Ben Norton of Salon.com to talk about the killing of Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina and the protests that quickly followed.  Ben Norton and host Eugene Puryear also talk about Barack Obama's final speech at the United Nations as President of the United States.

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    m4bl, 2016 UN General Assembly, Black Lives Matter, Keith Lamont Scott, Terence Crutcher
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