Family of male shot by CSU military takes movement opposite District Attorney

November 30, 2016 - Finding Carter

COLUMBUS, Ga. — The family of a male shot to genocide by Columbus State University military says a District Attorney’s Office and a GBI did not do adequate to collect justification in a case.

Now, Zikarious Flint’s family says they wish District Attorney Julia Slater private from her position.

Last week a District Attorney’s Office expelled several pieces of video from Mar 30th, 2014 and also hundreds of papers associated to a CSU officer- concerned shooting.

News 3 met with Antonio Carter, a orator for Zikarious Flint’s family, on Tuesday to go over some of a video.

As WRBL reported, 7 witnesses contend they saw Flint using from military while holding something complicated in his front hoodie pocket. Police after reported anticipating a gun on a stage after Flint was shot.

When Carter watched a video, he says it shows no explanation a gun found belonged to Flint.

“He was running. That’s a one thing we all know and we can all tell here. He was indeed using from police. That’s all we know. Why? we have positively no idea. we wish we could ask him since he was running.”

Carter says during a review into Flint’s shooting, he petitioned a District Attorney’s Office and a GBI to work harder collecting justification from a arms allegedly found on Flint.

Carter says investigators never even lonesome “the basics”.

“If people contend they saw Zikarious using with a gun…well exam it!” says Carter. “They never finger printed a gun and they never did DNA contrast on a weapon, and it is a position they did not do those things since they knew for a fact that a arms was not Zikarious’.”

Carter adds a Flint family was unsettled when a officer that shot Zikarious was privileged of all wrongdoing. He now says a family’s exasperation over a approach a District Attorney’s Office chose to hoop a box leads them to pursue a censure opposite District Attorney Slater.

The censure argues Slater unsuccessful in her avocation to benefaction a transparent and satisfactory box in Zikarious Flint’s death.




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