JEFFERSON COUNTY, Ala. (WIAT) — As supporters and protestors continue to rally in response to the shooting that left E.J. Bradford dead in the Riverchase Galleria shooting, demanding city officials and law enforcement to release the video, a new development has been released.
Lawyers for E.J. Bradford’s family, including Ben Crump, viewed 30 seconds of the mall video footage the Thanksgiving night when shots rang out, according to District Attorney Danny Carr. The family was not able to see the video.
This meeting was arranged by the Bessemer District Attorney Lynneice Washington and Jefferson County District Attorney Danny Carr. This is the latest development since the family of Bradford hired an independent pathologist to perform an autopsy to see where he was shot and if it were from the front or back.