The ruling follows Friday's acquittal of Minnesota police officer Jeronimo Yanez, 29, in the shooting death of black motorist Philando Castile, whose dying moments were livestreamed on Facebook.
FILE - This undated file photo provided by the Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office shows Sylville Smith. Heaggan-Brown later told investigators he fired this second shot because he thought Smith was reaching toward his waist.
The defense argued that Heaggan-Brown believed Smith was reaching for another weapon when he fired the second shot.
"Obviously, everyone recognizes there was a loss of life, and I don't think any officer would want to be put in that situation and to have to make those decisions that he did, but those decisions were made, and I think the jury properly evaluated them", Smithsaid.
After Smith was shot Heaggan-Brown and Officer Ndiva Malafa check on each other. Prosecutors argued that shot was justified.
Jonathan Smith, Heaggan-Brown's lawyer, said, "A gunfight doesn't end until the threat is stopped"-although, of course, the threat had stopped when Smith had thrown his gun away and fell to the ground injured".
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Officials had said that after fleeing the traffic stop, Smith turned to the officer - who was wearing a body camera - while holding a gun. Heaggan-Brown chose not to testify.
Heagann-Brown was neither fired nor suspended after killing Smith.
Jurors on Wednesday found that Dominique Heaggan-Brown, who is also black, was justified when he shot 23-year-old Sylville Smith after a brief foot chase following a traffic stop August 23.
PITROF: Well, the family and friends of Sylville Smith erupted or, rather, disrupted the court with cries of outrage when the judge read the verdict.
The former officer still faces charges in an unrelated sexual assault investigation. "We're not animals. Every time they take a shot, it's to kill you because a dead man can't talk, so they can't explain what really happened".
The shooting sparked riots that lasted days in Milwaukee in August of 2016. Prosecutors contend Smith was defenseless when Heaggan-Brown shot him in the chest because Smith had thrown his gun over a fence. Smith's shooting triggered several nights of violence in Milwaukee's Sherman Park neighborhood. Jurors began deliberating in that second trial on Monday.
Because the charges related to that incident are to be handled separately from the killing of Smith, information related to the alleged rape was not presented to the jurors to factor into Wednesday's decision.
"I just fired shots, he is down right now", he said.
The MTA also says crews will be working throughout the night to try to restore normal service by Wednesday morning's commute. The authority has confirmed damage to tracks, switches and the adjacent tunnel wall, all of which takes time to fix .
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Two of the recent cases, the fatal shootings of Philando Castile and Sylville Smith, hinged on questions of "reasonable fear". Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez during a July 6 traffic stop after Castile said he was armed.
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