Anniversary rally held for teen shot by officer

An anniversary rally was held Monday in honor of a Bronx teen killed by a police officer.

An anniversary rally was held Monday in honor of a Bronx teen killed by a police officer. (2/1/16)

THE BRONX - An anniversary rally was held Monday in honor of a Bronx teen killed by a police officer.

The group Shut It Down NYC rallied on the eve of the four-year anniversary of when Ramarley Graham was shot and killed in his own home.

The 18-year-old was chased into his home by NYPD Officer Richard Haste and then shot to death in front of his family.

Shut It Down NYC is a grassroots group that fights against police brutality.

Officer Haste has reportedly received a raise since the 2012 incident.

In 2015, the Graham family settled with the city in a nearly $4 million wrongful-death suit.

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