What’s behind protests for racial justice across the U.S., San Antonio? KSAT Explains
In the premiere episode of KSAT Explains, we take an in-depth look at the unrest we’ve seen across the country since the killing of George Floyd, how protests have played out here at home and examine what it means to be black in San Antonio.
Bexar County DA will not reopen investigations into SAPD-involved shooting deaths of 3 men
SAN ANTONIO – Bexar County District Attorney Joe Gonzales said Monday he has no plans to reopen the cases of three high-profile SAPD officer-involved shooting deaths in San Antonio. Marquise JonesJones, 23, was killed outside a Northeast Side Chacho’s by Officer Robert Encina who was working security at the restaurant. Officer Steve Casanova opened fire on Snowden, but also shot and killed Roundtree who was in the line of fire. RELATED: Mother outraged at SAPD officer who accidentally shot, killed her sonPolice said the home was a drug house they had been called to dozens of times. A Bexar County grand jury voted July 18, 2019, not to indict Casanova and he was cleared of all charges.