Video: Victim's Family Fights with Cops at Crime Scene
April 09, 2013
VIDEO: Victim's Family Fights with Cops at Crime Scene
A homicide victim's two brothers who scuffled with Miami Police detectives at a crime scene have been charged in the incident.
Anthony Ezel Carl Walker, a 28-year-old minister, has been charged with battery on an officer and resisting an officer with violence. Antwan Carl Walker, 27, has been charged with resisting an officer without violence.
The incident began Monday in Overtown following the fatal shooting of Brandon Walker. Footage shows one man run through the crime scene and approach the body as officers try to take him away. A second man runs toward the officers and other man before a confrontation ensues, reports NBC Miami.
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krisnlc @ 4/12/2013 12:45 PM
The way the people approached the scene, does not let the officers understand the intent. The officers did not act inappropriately, they are trying to protect the scene...although probably distraught, the family still needs to understand that they simply cannot approach a scene like this. This kind of attitude actually disguises bigger issues, and that is the lack of respect for the law.. i remember a time when something like this would not happen. You simply respected the scene and prayed it was not your family member under there. The three people running to uncover the scene...gosh that is amazing..where are those people's respect for the law that they think that now their feelings takes priority over everything... makes you wonder what attitudes led to that person ending up under the blanket !
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