(Minneapolis, MN)  —  Newly released body camera footage shows more angles of the moments before 22-year-old Amir Locke was shot and killed by a Minneapolis police officer.  The Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension released the case file on Locke’s killing yesterday.  The report comes less than a week after county and state prosecutors announced they wouldn’t be charging the officer who shot Locke while the team was executing a no-knock search warrant.  The file contains nearly 830 pages of documents, dozens of photos, interview transcripts, and body camera video related to the February 2nd shooting.