Anthony Blackman and about two dozen other protesters block rush hour traffic at Northeast Sixth Avenue and 125th Street in North Miami on Monday demanding that North Miami police officer Jonathan Aledda be charged in the shooting of Charles Kinsey. The behavioral therapist was shot July 18 as he tried to assist his autistic patient, who had wandered from his group home. The shooting is under investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and State Attorney’s office.
Anthony Blackman and about two dozen other protesters block rush hour traffic at Northeast Sixth Avenue and 125th Street in North Miami on Monday demanding that North Miami police officer Jonathan Aledda be charged in the shooting of Charles Kinsey. The behavioral therapist was shot July 18 as he tried to assist his autistic patient, who had wandered from his group home. The shooting is under investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and State Attorney’s office. PATRICK FARRELL Miami Herald Staff
Anthony Blackman and about two dozen other protesters block rush hour traffic at Northeast Sixth Avenue and 125th Street in North Miami on Monday demanding that North Miami police officer Jonathan Aledda be charged in the shooting of Charles Kinsey. The behavioral therapist was shot July 18 as he tried to assist his autistic patient, who had wandered from his group home. The shooting is under investigation by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement and State Attorney’s office. PATRICK FARRELL Miami Herald Staff

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