Butte County supervisor says ‘sorry’ to families of seven people killed by local law enforcement

A county supervisor in Butte County recently apologized to surviving family members of people killed by local police. The apology came from Butte County Supervisor Tami Ritter during a July memorial in Chico for seven people fatally shot by law enforcement. Ritter said she was “sorry” to the families who’ve been wronged.

Andre Byik, NSPR


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