THE BRONX - The family of Bronx teen Ramarley Graham hit the streets today to rally for justice.
Graham was shot and killed by police last year. This week, a Bronx grand jury ruled against pressing manslaughter charges against the NYPD.
However, Ramarley Graham supporters marched passionately to the 47th Precinct with new enthusiasm today after federal prosecutors agreed to look into the case.
Supporters also lined in front of his home home on 749 East 229 St. holding each other in solidarity and making their voices heard.
Their intent is to send a message to officer Richard Haste's precinct that they will never give up.
While some hope that the officer will be charged with a civil rights violation, other people, including his mother, have less faith.