In Washington state, police shot and killed a pregnant mother of three inside her home on the Muckleshoot Indian Reservation Friday night. Twenty-three-year-old Renee Davis died after a pair of King County sheriff’s deputies opened fire on her. In a statement, the Sheriff’s Department said Davis was armed with a handgun. Davis’s foster sister said police were conducting a “wellness check” after receiving a report that Davis was suicidal. A recent investigation by In These Times magazine found that Native Americans were more likely to be killed by police than any other group in the United States.
Washington State Police Shoot, Kill Pregnant Mother of Three
HeadlineOct 24, 2016