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Benjamin Crump to visit Cocoa, calls for Justice Department investigation into ‘justifiable’ shootings

COCOA, Fla. – Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump said he’ll be visiting Brevard on Friday for a press conference aimed at asking the U.S. Justice Department to review the deputy-involved shooting of two Cocoa teens.

“It’s very significant because I have a lot of family in Brevard County,” Crump told News 6 partner Florida Today. “It’s coming back to your base, to fight a battle we’re fighting all over the country, in different states.”

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Crump and his counselor Steven Hart, along with attorney Natalie Jackson, represent the families of the two Cocoa teens and will be arriving in Cocoa, fresh from a court

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COCOA, Fla. – Civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump said he’ll be visiting Brevard on Friday for a press conference aimed at asking the U.S. Justice Department to review the deputy-involved shooting of two Cocoa teens.
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