Gardena police videos show officers shooting unarmed men
A federal court ordered the release of police videos that show Gardena officers fatally shooting one unarmed man and wounding another in 2013.
The day after the release of videos showing Gardena police officers shooting two unarmed men, one fatally, the survivor and the deceased victim's brother called for a deeper investigation into the Gardena Police Department.
The brother of Ricardo Diaz Zeferino, who was killed in the 2013 shooting, spoke in front of the Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in Los Angeles on Wednesday as he clutched a copy of a photo of him and his brother.
"Nothing is sufficient, not even the money.
A life is more important than the money," said Augustin Reynoso, Diaz Zeferino's brother. "I want the Gardena Police Department to be investigated more deeply. That's why I'm here, for justice."
Reynoso was joined by his family's attorney, Sonia Mercado, as well as Eutiquio Mendez, who was wounded in the shooting, and Mendez's attorney, R. Samuel Paz.
Gardena shooting victim's family calls for federal probe
The day after the release of videos showing Gardena police officers shooting two unarmed men, the family of shooting victim Ricardo Diaz Zeferino holds a news conference in front of the Edward R. Roybal Federal Building in Los Angeles, calling for a federal investigation into the Gardena Police Department.