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Attorney Says Aderrien Murray’s Family is Being Threatened by CPS

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INDIANOLA, Miss.–If you’ve been following the story of Aderrien Murry, the 11-year-old boy who was shot by an Indianola police officer, his attorney says the family is being intimidated and threatened by child Protective Services.
Carlos Moore told reporters he believes a summons threatening Nakala Murry with taking her children is partly in retaliation to the $5 million lawsuit filed against the city.
Moore said the document Murry received said her children had been neglected, citing the shooting incident, but saying that one of her children had been hurt following a domestic incident between she and her former boyfriend, which is the reason police were called to the house.
Aderrien was shot as Officer Greg Capers entered the house and the child came around the corner from a bedroom.