This video from the USA says about itself:
Press conference from the family of Jordan Edwards, the teen fatally shot by Balch Springs police
1 May 2017
The 15-year-old boy who was killed by a Balch Springs police officer was shot with a rifle, the Dallas County medical examiner’s office said Monday. Jordan Edwards, a freshman at Mesquite High School, was leaving a party over the weekend when he was shot through the passenger’s side window of a vehicle, attorney Lee Merritt said.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
US: Family of black teen killed by police prosecution
Thursday 4th May 2017
FAMILY members of black schoolboy Jordan Edwards are demanding that criminal charges be filed against the Dallas police officer who shot him dead at the weekend.
The police department in suburban Dallas has since sacked the officer, identified as Roy Oliver, who shot and killed 15-year-old Jordan as he was riding in a vehicle after leaving a party with his two brothers and two other teenagers Saturday night.
Mr Oliver was dismissed for violating department policies in the shooting, said police chief Jonathan Haber.
Police arrived at the scene of the party to investigate an underage drinking complaint and spotted the vehicle leaving.
Mr Oliver opened fire with his rifle as the teenagers were driving away, hitting Jordan in the front passenger seat.
Police originally claimed that the teenagers’ vehicle had been reversing “in an aggressive manner” toward officers, but Mr Haber admitted on Monday that video proved that the vehicle was actually driving away.
A family statement released on Tuesday night called for disciplinary action against other officers who “extended this nightmare for those children.”
“Our family is working hard to deal with both the loss of our beloved Jordan and the lingering trauma it has caused our boys,” it said.
Police in Balch Springs, Texas, shot and killed an unarmed 15-year-old African American boy Saturday night. Jordan Edwards was shot in the head through the driver’s side window of the vehicle he was in as he and several other teens were driving away from a party the police had been called in to break up: here.
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