Prosecutor: Honolulu Police Killing of Black Man Justified

The April 14 shooting death of Lindani Myeni, 29,
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HONOLULU (AP) — Honolulu police officers’ use of deadly force was justified and no charges will be filed against them in a shooting that killed a Black man because an investigation found that he entered a home uninvited and physically attacked the officers, the city’s prosecuting attorney said Wednesday.

The April 14 shooting death of Lindani Myeni, 29, has drawn international attention, including from civil rights activist the Rev. Al Sharpton, at a time when police violence in other parts of the U.S. have prompted protests over racial injustice.

Honolulu Prosecuting Attorney Steve Alm said his office’s investigation refutes those who said the shooting shows that despite Hawaii’s multicultural diversity, police are racist. “In some communities you do have the police are of one race, generally, and the people they are policing are of another race. And we don’t have that in Hawaii ... police officers live among us,” he said.

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