Attorneys for families of teens shot, killed by Brevard deputy seek DOJ investigation

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Attorneys for families of teens shot, killed by Brevard deputy seek DOJ investigation

BREVARD COUNTY, Fla. – Attorneys representing the families of two teenagers killed in a Brevard shooting have filed a lawsuit calling on the Justice Department to investigate the shooting and policies at the sheriff’s office.

Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump and attorney Natalie Jackson announced the lawsuit in Cocoa Friday morning, days after Brevard and Seminole District Attorney Phil Archer found the shooting in which 18-year-old Sincere Pierre and 16-year-old Angelo ” AJ ”were killed. Crooms justified.

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“Just because the prosecutor says it’s legal doesn’t make it right,” Crump said, referring to the 12-page report released Wednesday by the Brevard and Seminole prosecutors.

[READ THE STATE ATTORNEY’S REPORT]

The lawsuit against Reps Jafet Santiago-Miranda and Carson Hendren was filed Thursday night in the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office along with Sheriff Wayne Ivey against Reps Jafet Santiago-Miranda and Carson Hendren.

The shooting occurred on November 13, 2020, with Florida Law Enforcement Services being the first to investigate – which is standard in proxy shootouts. This investigation began in November 2020 and the results were presented to the prosecutor on February 5.

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