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Two other Memphis officers were “relieved of duty” over Tyre Nichols’ death
Anderson Cooper 360
Jan 31, 2023

Two more Memphis police officers were “relieved of duty” and three fire department workers were fired over the deadly beating of Tyre Nichols. Five former Memphis police officers who were involved in the traffic stop have already been charged with murder and kidnapping. Former U.S. Representative Val Demings was the Orlando Police Chief and has more than two decades of law enforcement experience. She tells Anderson Cooper that the evidence is “overwhelming” against the officers who are charged and they should have known that punching and kicking Nichols in the face “could cause death or great bodily harm.”

Plus, CNN National Correspondent Randi Kaye joins AC360 from Walterboro, South Carolina where the double murder trial of Alex Murdaugh continues. The once-prominent attorney is accused of killing his youngest son and wife back in 2021.