Family of Emantic Bradford, Jr., Sues Alabama Attorney General, Demands Body Cam Footage, Officers’ Names
The family of Emantic “E.J.” Bradford, Jr., is seeking the release of records related to the 21-year-old’s police shooting death, including body cam footage from officers.
Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall claimed in a report that the officer who shot and killed Emantic "EJ" Bradford acted lawfully.
With State Attorney General Steve Marshall taking over, Jefferson County, Alabama's newly elected district attorney, Danny Carr, the first Black DA in the county, will no longer oversee the case.
A judge ordered prosecutors to turn over all footage from the Thanksgiving Alabama mall shooting to Erron Brown's attorney, but prosecutors currently don't have any videos.
An exam conducted by a forensic pathologist hired by the family of Emantic Bradford Jr., shows that the 21-year-old was shot three times in the back.
Erron Brown, 20, has been identified as the suspect in the Alabama Mall shooting in which officers wrongly identified Emantic Bradford Jr. as the gunman.
Emantic Bradford Jr., was wrongly identified as a possible gunman in a mall shooting after responding police officers shot and killed him.