Cop defended himself in a gun battle; activists are shocked the Grand Jury declined to charge him

The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) officer involved in a deadly shootout with a gunman who tried to kill him in May will not face criminal charges, a grand jury decided on Tuesday.


Protesters have demanded that IMPD Officer Dejoure Mercer be sent to prison for murder for returning fire after 21-year-old Dreasjon Reed shot at him on May 6, The Indianapolis Star reported at the time.

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