Activists line up at Tuesday’s North Miami City Council meeting to speak out against the police shooting of Charles Kinsey and to read the names of petitioners demanding that Officer Jonathan Aledda be fired.
Activists line up at Tuesday’s North Miami City Council meeting to speak out against the police shooting of Charles Kinsey and to read the names of petitioners demanding that Officer Jonathan Aledda be fired. Lance Dixon ldixon@miamiherald.com
Activists line up at Tuesday’s North Miami City Council meeting to speak out against the police shooting of Charles Kinsey and to read the names of petitioners demanding that Officer Jonathan Aledda be fired. Lance Dixon ldixon@miamiherald.com

Activists speak out at first North Miami meeting since Charles Kinsey shooting

August 24, 2016 8:48 PM

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