Sheila McNeil, mother of Travis McNeil, an unarmed Miami man who was fatally shot by a police officer in 2011, holds on to a small portrait of her son while sitting in her livingroom in Overtown. McNeil’s shooting was among those reviewed by the Department of Justice. The city recently agreed to settle with McNeil’s estate for $1 million.
Sheila McNeil, mother of Travis McNeil, an unarmed Miami man who was fatally shot by a police officer in 2011, holds on to a small portrait of her son while sitting in her livingroom in Overtown. McNeil’s shooting was among those reviewed by the Department of Justice. The city recently agreed to settle with McNeil’s estate for $1 million. C.W. Griffin Miami Herald Staff
Sheila McNeil, mother of Travis McNeil, an unarmed Miami man who was fatally shot by a police officer in 2011, holds on to a small portrait of her son while sitting in her livingroom in Overtown. McNeil’s shooting was among those reviewed by the Department of Justice. The city recently agreed to settle with McNeil’s estate for $1 million. C.W. Griffin Miami Herald Staff

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