The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s office has declined to file charges against a former LAP officer who shot and killed an unarmed homeless man during a May 2015 altercation in Venice.
The office said there was “insufficient evidence” against ex-officer Clifford Proctor to prove he acted unlawfully when he opened fire on Brandon Glenn.
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck had recommended that the officer be prosecuted. Glenn was unarmed, and his death sparked a series of protests.
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