THE BRONX - The Bronx County District Attorney addressed the fatal shooting of an unarmed teenager Thursday as loved ones marched for justice for another straight week.
Ramarley Graham was chased down and fatally shot by an NYPD officer while unarmed in his home three months ago. Protesters want the officers involved to be held accountable, but so far, no charges have been filed.
The District Attorney's Office said it understands the concerns of the community and is working hard to gather all available evidence as quickly and correctly as possible to come to a resolution.
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