Minneapolis Could Change Rules After Police Kill Black Man During No-Knock Raid

The police killing of Amir Locke in Minneapolis is drawing scrutiny to no-knock warrants, after police body camera footage showed a SWAT team entering an apartment and shooting Locke, who was under a blanket on the couch. "There isn't much of an announcement in terms of the time between them entering the premises and then beginning to fire shots," says MSNBC legal analyst and former prosecutor Charles Coleman Jr.