|The state and federal prosecutors release the graphic video of police shooting an unarmed man and his child. Jeremy Mardis was hit 18 times by the law.|
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Two former Marksville, Louisiana police officers are facing murder charges after they fired upon a man's truck killing a six year old boy inside. Norris Greenhouse, Jr. and Derrick Stafford are going to face LIFE or the DEATH card if found guilty in this murder.
They are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Jeremy Mardis was the young life lost to this senseless act of violence. His father Chris Few was being chased by the law for an outstanding warrant. It turns out that Few wasn't wanted for skipping court.
Few was upset with his girlfriend at the time and probably didn't notice the lights. Well Greenhouse and Stafford were in pursuit of Few and cornered him in a cul-de-sac.
At some point, the two called for backup and one of the officers turned on his body camera.
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Chris Few was struck in the head and chest. He had his hands in the air when he was being detained.
Jeremy was struck five times in the head and chest. He would die immediately of the injuries.
The video being shown is the aftermath of the situation. Greenhouse, 23 and Stafford, 32, were officers with Marksville. Greenhouse served as a secondary reserve for Alexandria.
Stafford was a marshal and police lieutenant for the Marksville police for eight years.
They were Black cops and the victims were White.