Protest planned after Bridgeport police found not at fault in fatal shootout

The attorney for the family of a man involved in a fatal shootout with Bridgeport police officers is shocked after the state's attorney ruled the officers were not at fault. The attorney for the family

News 12 Staff

May 12, 2006, 5:14 PM

Updated 6,590 days ago

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Protest planned after Bridgeport police found not at fault in fatal shootout
The attorney for the family of a man involved in a fatal shootout with Bridgeport police officers is shocked after the state's attorney ruled the officers were not at fault.
The attorney for the family of 24-year-old Raylyn George says there are too many contradictions between the report and the initial autopsy report. He says he would like to have the FBI further examine the case.
George was shot at the Marina Village housing complex last August. His death sparked a massive protest and march through city streets by black residents who claimed they were being singled out by police. But according to the report released Thursday by the state's attorney's office, George likely shot himself while trying to scale a fence.
The attorney for the George family says they are planning a protest for Sunday.


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