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Seven More Memphis Officers To Face Discipline In Death Of Tyre Nichols

Rev. Al Sharpton Holds Funeral For Tyre Nichols In Memphis
MEMPHIS, TN – FEBRUARY 01: A screen at the entrance of Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church displays the celebration of life for Tyre Nichols on February 1, 2023 in Memphis, Tennessee. On January 7th, 29-year-old Nichols was violently beaten for three minutes by Memphis police officers at a traffic stop and died of his injuries. Five Black Memphis Police officers have been fired after an internal investigation found them to be directly responsible for the beating and have been charged with second-degree murder, aggravated assault, two charges of aggravated kidnapping, two charges of official misconduct and one charge of official oppression. (Photo by Lucy Garrett/Getty Images)

After one of the Memphis cops accused of beating Tyre Nichols to death shared pictures of his bloody body with others, now there are more officers that will face discipline in the case.


According to the New York Times,  during a Memphis city council meeting, city attorney Jennifer Sink said that an administrative investigation is still ongoing to determine if city policies were violated and what disciplinary action should be taken.


Earlier this week, it was announced that The Department of Justice is launching an investigation into the Memphis Police Department.


Tyre Nichols, was beaten to death by 5 Memphis police officers last month.