Charles Kinsey is shown lying in the street with his patient Arnaldo Rios before being shot by a North Miami police officer, Jonathan Aledda.
Charles Kinsey is shown lying in the street with his patient Arnaldo Rios before being shot by a North Miami police officer, Jonathan Aledda. Hilton Napoleon
Charles Kinsey is shown lying in the street with his patient Arnaldo Rios before being shot by a North Miami police officer, Jonathan Aledda. Hilton Napoleon

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  • Police interview: Alens Bernadeau

    Arnaldo Rios’ family claims North Miami police conspired to falsely arrest and imprison Rios after an officer shot his caretaker. Though no weapon was found, Rios, who can barely communicate was handcuffed, placed in a patrol car and interrogated at the police station.