Fire the Officers That Shot 84 Rounds at Paraplegic Malik Williams and Release Footage

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Malik Williams is a 23-year-old Black paraplegic man, who was fatally shot by Federal Way, Washington police on Dec. 31, 2019 after officers fired shots at the car he was sitting in. According to KUOW, the Valley Independent Investigations Team released footage from the shooting, where 84 shell casings were found at the scene. Officers claim they were unaware that Williams was a paraplegic until after the shooting when they saw his wheelchair in the backseat of the car, which they said had tinted windows.

Andre Taylor of Not This Time, added that the video footage that has been released and the footage Williams’ family saw last week were not the same. He says that the recently released footage has been edited. “The video shows no stress or anything going on that would have made an officer feel that he was in danger for 86 shots to be fired into that car,” Taylor said.

Malik’s family also has a gofundme up under his name. 

We are asking for justice and awareness, and to stop unjustifiable police killings.