Minnesota Cops, Protesters Clash Again After Black Man Killed

(Brooklyn Center, MN)  --  Protesters and police clashed during a second night of demonstrations over the police killing of a young Black man in a Minneapolis suburb.  Police fired flash-bang grenades and tear gas to break up a crowd that launched bottles, fireworks and bricks as protesters defied a curfew.  Earlier Monday, Brooklyn Center Police released video from the body camera of the officer who shot 20-year-old Daunte Wright during a traffic stop.  The 26-year police veteran is heard telling Wright not to run and warning him she's going to use her Taser before shooting him with her service revolver.  Brooklyn Center's police chief says it appears the officer accidentally fired her gun.