Sterling's family moved to dismiss a wrongful death against the city in May, signaling that an agreement had been reached to accept the funds.
After news that there will be no charges against the cops who killed Alton Sterling and Kareem Ali Nadir Jones, it makes one wonder what it take for an officer to get convicted for killing a Black man.
Officers pepper sprayed and tasered protesters as they remembered Sterling, who was killed by a White cop one year ago.
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