Police shooting victim Sean Bell will have a Queens, New York street named after him next week following approval by the city's Committee on Parks and Recreation. Part of the street where the 23-year-old unarmed groom was shot will be turned into Sean Bell Way. Bell was shot 50 times by undercover police while leaving a bachelor party on the morning of his wedding in 2006. His death sparked outrage in New York and across the country, especially when a judge later acquitted the police who shot the groom-to-be.   Click here for exclusive pictures of Nicole Paultre Bell, Sean Bell's fiance.

Essence.com
Dec, 18, 2009


SeanBellStreet_article_WEB.jpgPolice shooting victim Sean Bell will have a Queens, New York street named after him next week following approval by the city's Committee on Parks and Recreation. Part of the street where the 23-year-old unarmed groom was shot will be turned into Sean Bell Way.

Bell was shot 50 times by undercover police while leaving a bachelor party on the morning of his wedding in 2006. His death sparked outrage in New York and across the country, especially when a judge later acquitted the police who shot the groom-to-be.
 

Click here for exclusive pictures of Nicole Paultre Bell, Sean Bell's fiance.