Family Of Bronx Teen Shot By Police Rallies In Front Of City Hall
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The family of an unarmed teenager shot and killed by police continues their call for the killers to be arrested.
Family members and supporters of Ramarley Graham demonstrated in front of City Hall Friday.
The 18-year-old was shot and killed in his Bronx apartment bathroom by police on February 2.
"it's painful that these police are going home to their family and I just have to look at pictures and try to figure what happened, asking myself why," said Franclot Graham, Ramarley's father.
"This family is suffering every single day," said Jose LaSalle of the group "Stop Stop and Frisk." "They are struggling to move on with their life."
The officer and officer's sergeant involved in the shooting have both been placed on modified duty as Bronx prosecutors investigate.