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Justice Denied: Grand Jury Decides Mississippi Cop Who Shot 11-Year-Old Aderrien Murry Won’t Be Charged

Justice Denied: Grand Jury Decides Mississippi Cop Who Shot 11-Year-Old Aderrien Murry Won’t Be Charged

Outrageous Injustice

Justice Denied: Grand Jury Decides Mississippi Cop Who Shot 11-Year-Old Aderrien Murry Won’t Be Charged

Despite the egregious shooting of an unarmed 11-year-old Black boy, Sgt. Greg Capers will not face criminal charges. The grand jury's decision raises questions about systemic racism and the protection of law enforcement officers.

Unanswered Questions

Seeking Justice for Aderrien Murry

The shooting of Aderrien Murry was deemed unjustified by the family's attorney, who is committed to pursuing justice. With a $5 million federal lawsuit filed and plans for a second lawsuit, the family seeks accountability for the excessive use of force and inadequate training.

Uncertain Future

Police Officer's Fate Hangs in the Balance

Despite being on unpaid administrative leave, Sgt. Greg Capers' return to work hinges on the decision of the Indianola Board of Aldermen. The case raises concerns about the training and conduct of law enforcement officers in their interactions with Black citizens and suspects.

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