A rage in Detroit: officer kills unarmed teen

Townes, Glenn
January 2007
New York Amsterdam News;1/4/2007, Vol. 98 Issue 2, p15
The article presents information related to the community outrage in the city of Detroit, Michigan, following the shooting of an unarmed teenager by an overly aggressive police officer Eugene Williams on November 26, 2006. Williams, a 35-year veteran of the Detroit Police Department, shot and killed 16-year-old Brandon Moore at a shopping mall following a confrontation. Kwame Kilpatrick, Mayor, said in a statement to media that this is a complete outrage and will be fully investigated.


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