The following can’t be true:
The handgun found near a teenager shot and killed by a Minneapolis police officer in 2006 could not have been carried by the teen, new court documents allege: It had last been in possession of police before it was found next to the body of Fong Lee.
The court filings in a lawsuit filed by Fong Lee’s family against Minneapolis police and the officer who fired the fatal shots, along with a review of police reports, witness statements and other documents, raise the possibility that Fong Lee was unarmed when an officer shot him eight times — and that the pistol that officers said they found near his body was placed there after the shooting.
How do I know this story is false? Because the cops are there to serve and protect.7:52 pm on March 31, 2009 Email Manuel Lora