Family of slain Truman H.S. student calls for justice

THE BRONX - The family of slain Truman High School football star Isayah Muller is calling for justice this evening. Family members say they are furious over the way Muller's father, Andre Muller, has been portrayed, and that more attention should be paid to the parking attendants responsible for the boy's death. Police say Andre Muller started an altercation with the two attendants after his son's high school graduation Tuesday. They say he used a shovel to attack the employees, and, when Isayah intervened, he was stabbed twice in the chest. NYPD Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly said Andre Muller was the aggressor, and has continued to stand by his remarks. "That's the allegation," Kelly said. "That's why he was arrested and that's why he was brought to court." Family members say they disagree, and that they hope the parking attendants will face criminal charges. Family mourns loss of Truman H.S. football starLeave a comment, post a photo or video of Muller Officials mull charging parking attendants in student's deathDad pleads not guilty in brawl that killed football player sonTruman H.S. football star killed hours after graduationFriends, teammates gather to remember slain football star

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