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February 7, 2012
 

Chilling Surveillance Video of the NYPD’s Pursuit & Killing of Ramarley Graham

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Written by: Kelly Virella
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ops claim that Ramarley Graham, the Bronx teenager they shot and killed last week, was running away from them. The surveillance video shows him walking and shows police entering his home without a warrant.

Al Sharpton held a press conference denouncing the killing and hundreds gathered yesterday for a protest in the Bronx. They chanted “NYPD-KKK.”



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Kelly Virella
Kelly Virella lives in an East Harlem walk-up with her husband, her bicycle and her books. She's worked as a journalist for 11 years and started this website during the summer of 2011. She fell in love with New York City during her first visit here as a 16-year-old and finally made good on her promise to move here in April 2010.



 
 

 
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