The firing of a Miami Police Officer who was discharged following the shooting of an unarmed man in Miami has been ruled unjustifiable according to arbitrator who said he should be reinstated.
A Miami Police officer has been fired for the shooting death of an unarmed man in Little Haiti in February 2011.
It’s taken more than a year, but prosecutors have cleared Miami Police officer Reynaldo Goyos of any criminal act when he shot and killed Travis McNeil, who was unarmed, in Little Haiti in February 2011, according to CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald.
Members of four of the seven families whose loved ones have been killed by Miami Police protested outside Miami City Hall, saying they wanted to raise awareness about the cases and get answers.
A 30-year old Miami man who was injured in a police involved shooting which left his cousin dead plans to sue the city, the Miami Police Department and Police Chief Miguel Exposito.
It has been 10 days since Sheila McNeil’s 28-year-old son, Travis, was shot and killed and her 30-year-old nephew Kareem Williams was wounded by Miami Police.
The officer involved in a police shooting that left one person dead and another hospitalized has been identified.