Baltimore County police chief on why Korryn Gaines’s Facebook and Instagram accounts were deactivated
At a news conference on August 2, Baltimore County Police Chief James Johnson said authorities worked to have Korryn Gaines's Facebook and Instagram accounts deactivated because she was posting video as her standoff with officers unfolded. Korryn, a black woman, was shot and killed by police on August 1 when police say she pointed a gun at officers and threatened to kill them.
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