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Emantic "E.J." Bradford Jr.

April Pipkin press conf 12-17-18

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The ACLU and NAACP joined in the lawsuit, saying records need to be released for transparency and accountability. Read more

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The attorney for the family of Emantic "E.J." Bradford Jr. said the attorney general and Hoover Police Department have 10 days to release the information before legal action is taken. Read more

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E.J. Bradford prom

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"You whitewashed this case," the father said. Read more

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    Frank Matthews, a leader in the Birmingham Justice League, at right, on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019, discusses how protesters are upset over the attorney general clearing a Hoover police officer of charges related to the officer's fatal shooting of a 21-year-old Hueytown man at the Riverchase Galleria on Nov. 22, 2019.

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    protest flag burning 2-5-19

    Ben Crump, an attorney for the family of Emantic "E.J." Bradford Jr., speaks with his arms around family members during a press conference at Hoover City Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019, regarding the attorney general's decision not to press charges against the Hoover police officer who shot and killed Bradford on Nov. 22, 2018.

  • protest flag burning 2-5-19

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    protest flag burning 2-5-19

    Iva Williams III, a leader in the Birmingham Justice League, stands with the stepmother of Emantic "E.J." Bradford Jr. during a press conference at Hoover City Hall in Hoover, Alabama, on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019, regarding the attorney general's decision not to press charges against the Hoover police officer who shot and killed Bradford.

  • protest flag burning 2-5-19

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    protest flag burning 2-5-19

    Carlos Chaverst Jr., speaks during a press conference at Hoover City Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019, regarding the attorney general's decision not to press charges against the Hoover police officer who shot and killed Emantic "E.J." Bradford Jr. at the Riverchase Galleria on Nov. 22, 2018.

  • protest flag burning 2-5-19

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    protest flag burning 2-5-19

    Carlos Chaverst Jr., president of the Birmingham Justice League, spray-paints the words "Black Lives Don't Matter" on two U.S. flags before he set the flags on fire at Hoover City Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019, to protest the attorney general's decision not to press charges against the Hoover police officer who shot and killed Emantic "E.J." Bradford Jr. at the Riverchase Galleria on Nov. 22, 2018.

  • protest flag burning 2-5-19

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    protest flag burning 2-5-19

    Birmingham Justice League leaders Iva Williams III and Carlos Chaverst join two other protesters in holding up U.S. flags just before setting the flags on fire in the parking lot at Hoover City Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019, to protest the attorney general's decision not to file charges against the Hoover police officer who shot and killed 21-year-old Emantic "E.J." Bradford Jr. at the Riverchase Galleria on Nov. 22, 2018.

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