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Terence Crutcher shooting: Officer Betty Shelby’s side of the story revealed

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The fatal shooting of an unarmed black man, caught on camera, is sparking protests in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Terence Crutcher was shot by Officer Betty Shelby before being left on the ground unattended for more than two minutes. He died at the hospital. NBC’s Janet Shamlian reports for TODAY from Tulsa.