California Rapper’s Family Files Wrongful Death Claim After Police Murdered Him While Napping

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In February, North California rapper Willie Bo was murdered by police after they discovered him napping in his automotive. Real title Willie McCoy, the 21-year older rapper was parked close to a quick meals drive by when the capturing occurred. Allegedly, an worker at Taco Bell referred to as police after she or he witnessed McCoy handed out in his automobile. Six officers arrived on the scene and startled McCoy awake. The officers declare that McCoy reached for a gun on his lap after they woke him up, which induced them to shoot at him a number of instances. McCoy was pronounced lifeless on web site. Now, CNN is reporting that the household of McCoy has filed a wrongful dying declare in opposition to the town of Vallejo.

"You all executed my brother Willie," McCoy's sister, Simone Richard, said at a information convention the place legal professionals declared that the incident was a part of a sequence of suspicious shootings, extreme power, and racial profiling related to the Vallejo Police Department. "You all did not give him an opportunity to place his palms up," Simone added. Lawyers for the McCoy household declare that Willie was shot over two dozen instances and that all the state of affairs was "bungled from begin to end" by the police concerned. The household's wrongful dying declare in opposition to the town states that some responding officers weren't sporting uniforms, and "six-person firing squad" shot Willie roughly 25 instances within the, "head, ear, neck, chest, arms, shoulders, palms, and again."