Alabama investigators are working to sort out what happened at an Alabama mall Thanksgiving night that led to two people wounded and a 21-year-old man dead. Police initially said an off-duty officer working as private security for the mall shot a gunman who had just shot a 12-year-old girl and a 18-year-old man during an argument. But they now acknowledge that Emantic Bradford Jr., who was shot to death by the police officer, was not the shooter. Bradford’s family is now demanding to see security and body camera video to understand what happened.
Nancy Grace talks to the Bradford’s attorney — civil rights lawyer Benjamin Crump — about the case. They are joined by syndicated radio host Dave Mack, forensics expert Joseph Scott Morgan, author of “Blood Beneath My Feet,” forensic psychiatrist Dr. Daniel Bober, and Atlanta lawyer & juvenile judge Ashley Willcott.
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[Feature Photo: Emantic Fitzgerald Bradford Jr./Handout]