Police Chief Gary Eugene Reacted After His Officer Shot Unarmed Black Man

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Police shooting of unarmed black man in North miami

Another incident of police shooting of an unarmed black man took place in North Miami where the Police chief is Haitian-American Gary Eugene. Kinsey, 47, who is a worked at a Group Home for mentally disable people in North Miami was shot by the police when he went to retrieve an autistic man carrying a toy truck that was wandered from a mental health center. He was shot even after he throws his hands up in the air and says, 'Don't shoot me.'

Police Chief Gary Eugene who is new in the position is looking for answers. He stated that no weapon had been recovered after one of his officers shot an unarmed mental healthcare worker. It was later revealed by a representative of the Police union that the bullet that struck the caregiver was meant to protect him. The North Miami police officer actually took aim at the autistic man next to him, but missed

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Yolaine George says...

So he meant to kill the autistic man for holding a toy truck?

Now policemen don't know how to aim. Two lies in one sentence:A la George Zimmerman.

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