Five years ago, protestors and relatives demanded justice in the shootings of seven black men by Miami police officers in the course of seven months. Today, all but one of the cases have been cleared by prosecutors. The remaining open case: the fatal shooting of armed robbery suspect Joeell Johnson, 16.
Five years ago, protestors and relatives demanded justice in the shootings of seven black men by Miami police officers in the course of seven months. Today, all but one of the cases have been cleared by prosecutors. The remaining open case: the fatal shooting of armed robbery suspect Joeell Johnson, 16. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Five years ago, protestors and relatives demanded justice in the shootings of seven black men by Miami police officers in the course of seven months. Today, all but one of the cases have been cleared by prosecutors. The remaining open case: the fatal shooting of armed robbery suspect Joeell Johnson, 16. PATRICK FARRELL MIAMI HERALD STAFF

High-profile Miami police shooting still under investigation, five years later

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