Tomorrow marks a year since Emantic “E.J.” Bradford was killed by a police officer in Hoover, Alabama.
Lawyers for EJ Bradford's family filed a lawsuit against Alabama's attorney general to force him to turn over key evidence.
A protest leader temporarily suspended demonstrations after meeting privately with city officials.
The Hoover City Council released a unified statement that expressed sympathy for EJ Bradford's family nearly two weeks after the police shooting.
A private autopsy of the 21-year-old EJ Bradford revealed that Alabama police shot him three times from behind.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson demanded release of police body camera video.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson delivered the eulogy at the funeral service in Birmingham, Alabama of Emantic “EJ” Bradford, Jr.
Hoover city officials are ignoring demands for answers in the shooting of EJ Bradford.
The Hoover City Council is more concerned about a lawsuit than justice for EJ Bradford.
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