The family of the victims in a Cleveland shooting case — in which police fired 137 shots into a car containing two black individuals — are "hugely disappointed" by the Saturday ruling that one of the officers is not guilty on all counts of manslaughter and assault.
Michelle Russell, the slain Timothy Russell's sister, said that he and Malissa Williams were targeted by police who “were after them with a vengeance.”
“They simply got out and started shooting,” she said.
She also said it isn't "fair" that the judge "relied" on police testimonies, claiming, "There's another side to this story that hasn't come out."
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