Attorney: Aurora police should not have shot man defending his family
An Aurora police officer on Monday shot a man, Richard Black, after Black shot an intruder, according to the family attorney. Evidence suggests Black was inside his home, and the Aurora officer who opened fire on him was outside. Police remain mum.
A 73-year-old Army veteran shot and killed a naked intruder who had attacked his grandson and was still inside his home when that veteran, in turn, was shot and killed by an Aurora police officer, an attorney for the man’s family told 9Wants to Know late Tuesday afternoon.
Richard “Gary” Black Jr. was protecting his family when he was killed, according to Qusair Mohamedbhai, an attorney representing the Purple Heart winner’s family.
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