Officer Betty Shelby articles on Wikipedia
Shooting of Terence Crutcher
Crutcher, a 40-year-old black man, was fatally shot by white police officer Betty Shelby in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He was unarmed during the encounter, in which
May 23rd 2017



Auditory exclusion
enforcement officers and soldiers. In 2016, the attorney for Tulsa police officer Betty Shelby wanted to the jury to hear about how auditory exclusion could have
Oct 3rd 2016



Rangers of Fortune
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Sep 19th 2016



Heavy.com
Alexa". Retrieved 11 January 2017Cleary, Tom (2016-09-19). "Officer Betty Shelby: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know". Heavy.com. Retrieved 2017-01-11
Apr 22nd 2017



Patrick Ferguson
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Oct 21st 2016



Clara Brawner
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Mar 17th 2017



Indianapolis Police Department
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Mar 31st 2017



Bloody Monday
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Apr 20th 2017



Company E, 52nd Infantry (LRP) (United States)
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Apr 4th 2017



Bill Sample
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Dec 20th 2016



Peoples Grocery
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List of Welsh Americans
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May 19th 2017



Shooting of Philando Castile
On July 6, 2016, Philando Castile was fatally shot by Jeronimo Yanez, a St. Anthony, Minnesota police officer, after being pulled over in Falcon Heights
May 13th 2017



Political party strength in Florida
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Apr 14th 2017



Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana
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May 24th 2017



Deaths in June 2011
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Feb 26th 2017



West Side Story
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KWEM Radio
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Mar 2nd 2017



List of Ryan's Hope characters
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Mar 17th 2017



List of people from Birmingham, Alabama
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May 22nd 2017



1st Cavalry Division (United States)
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May 24th 2017



1946 New Year Honours
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May 3rd 2017



Tuskegee Airmen
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May 22nd 2017



January 11
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May 24th 2017



List of Chinese Americans
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May 14th 2017



Carol Kane
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May 23rd 2017



Birmingham, Alabama
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May 25th 2017



John Hunt Morgan
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May 5th 2017



Richard Cordray
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May 11th 2017



1916
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May 24th 2017



Henry Nicholas
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May 20th 2017



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Apr 25th 2017



Fred Willard
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May 9th 2017



October 22
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May 16th 2017



Karl H. Timmermann
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May 1st 2017



Adras LaBorde
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May 26th 2017



List of people from Manitoba
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May 23rd 2017



Visual Resources Association
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Jan 31st 2016



J. Frank Dalton
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Mar 16th 2017



Crime of passion
from murder to 11 years for voluntary manslaughter. Tulsa police officer, Betty Shelby, who shot Terence Crutcher, shows that she has been charged with
May 14th 2017



108th United States Congress
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May 12th 2017



110th United States Congress
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May 12th 2017



109th United States Congress
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May 12th 2017



Robersonville, North Carolina
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May 20th 2017



Philippines Campaign (1941–42)
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May 23rd 2017



Barack Obama citizenship conspiracy theories
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May 17th 2017



Deaths in May 2012
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Apr 5th 2017



List of people from Alabama
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Apr 30th 2017



Deaths in February 2013
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May 20th 2017



John Sparkman
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Feb 3rd 2017





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