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Reacting to arrest warrants issued against officers involved in the shooting death of her husband, the widow of Rayshard Brooks, Tomika Miller, tells TODAY that “no matter how many changes they face, it’s not going to bring him back … I’m glad about the charges, but I want to see them go through.” Her attorney, L. Chris Stewart, says, “You just can’t win if you try and charge a police officer … we’re just going to wait and let it play out and hope that we finally get justice for Rayshard.”