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Protests erupt in Michigan after a Black man is killed by police during a traffic stop

A Grand Rapids, Michigan police officer has been put on paid leave after killing a Black man who tried to flee a traffic stop April 4. Patrick Lyoya, a 26-year old Congolese immigrant, was shot in the head during a struggle with the officer. Protests erupted in the city Wednesday after a video of the incident was released. Bridge Detroit reporter Bryce Huffman joins William Brangham to discuss.

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