Emantic Bradford, Sr. via Associated Press
- Alabama police have conceded that the man they fatally shot after gunfire broke out at a mall on Thanksgiving “likely did not fire” the shots.
- The shooting broke out at a mall in Hoover, Alabama, on Thursday evening and left two people injured.
- Police say the gunman is still at large.
- The family of the man fatally shot by police, 21-year-old Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford, Jr., have retained a civil-rights attorney and have vowed to get to the bottom of his death.
Alabama police fatally shot an armed black man on Thanksgiving after gunfire broke out at a mall — but on Friday they said the man they killed “likely did not fire” the shots.
Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford, Jr., 21, was killed by a police officer responding to the Thursday shooting at Hoover’s Riverchase Galleria, which left one 18-year-old and one 12-year-old injured.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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