Supreme Court Says Victim Can’t Sue Cop That Shot Her 4 Times While In Her Front Yard

The officer claimed he shot her because he thought she was a threat to her roommate, who was standing nearby. Sotomayer pointed out that the knife was being held down at her side and there was no reason for the officer to believe anyone was being threatened and she called the trigger happy cop’s reaction “unreasonable.”

Sotomayer went on to describe the Supreme Court decision to support unwarranted police shootings as symptomatic of a disturbing trend.

An attorney representing Hughes, David Shapiro, said the ruling was, “a disappointing outcome with troubling implications for police accountability.”

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