Police Account of Zachary Hammonds Killing Ridiculous


In a statement, Hammond family lawyer Eric Bland said that when Seneca Police Lt. Mark Tiller opened fire in a Hardee’s restaurant parking lot on July 26, the teen posed no risk to the public — “other than a possible minor possession of marijuana.” “There was no warrant for his arrest,” Bland said. “There was no APB for him or his car. There was no murder or [life] that was in danger if shots were not fired and the automobile continued on to leave Hardees. There was no AMBER alert. There was no ticking bomb situation. This is clearly made up. It is ridiculous.” Read more
from NBC News and comments from Eric Bland.http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/lawyer-calls-police-account-zachary-hammonds-killing-ridiculous-n406786