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The FBI will investigate the murder of Andrew Brown

& lt; p & gt; Protesters take to the streets for the fourth day in a row, calling for the release of video footage of how police killed Andrew Brown Jr. in Elizabeth, North Carolina, in 2021. on April 24. - Witnesses say Brown Jr. He was shot and killed by deputies in the Paskutank County Sheriff's Office as he tried to avoid them while they were serving his sentence. The board has released few details about the incident, as community members are asking for transparency and release of body camera footage. & lt; / p & gt; ((Photo by Logan Cyrus / AFP) (Photo by LOGAN CYRUS / AFP via Getty Images))

On April 24, Elizabeth City, North Carolina, Andrew Brown Jr.’s assassination of the police, the demonstrators in the streets of the 4th row to the streets, calling for the release of a video camera shooting, witnesses say that Brown Jr. shot and killed. By the deputies of the Paskutank County Sheriff’s Office as he tried to avoid them while they were serving his sentence. The board has released few details about the incident, as community members are asking for transparency and publishing footage of the body camera.

((Photo by Logan Cyrus / AFP) (Photo by LOGAN CYRUS / AFP via Getty Images))

The FBI announced on Tuesday that it would launch a federal civil rights investigation into the death of 42-year-old Andrew Brown, who was shot dead by North Carolina police last Wednesday while serving an arrest warrant.

The investigation will be a collaboration between the Department of Justice and the U.S. Attorney General for the East Carolina County, North Carolina, FBI Charlotte, North Carolina, a bureau spokesman said Tuesday.

“Agents will work closely with the U.S. Attorney’s Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division to determine if federal law has been violated,” said Shelley Lynch. “As this is an ongoing investigation, we can not comment further.”

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