Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Teen MURDERED by Police in FRONT of his Parents

http://www.toxiccops.com - Police Shoot Keith Vidal with stun gun and then decide to use lethal force.


The NC State Bureau of Investigation is investigating the shooting of a teenager by a police officer in Boiling Springs Lakes over the weekend.

Brunswick County District Attorney Jon David asked for the investigation after the shooting around 1 pm Sunday on President Drive. 

Family members said they called police after 18-year-old Keith Vidal picked up a screwdriver and threatened his mother. 

Mark Wilsey Sr. says that initially officers were able to calm his son, who suffers from schizophrenia. But Wilsey says when a third officer arrived, his son became agitated.

Wilsey says officers used a stun gun on Vidal and then a shot was fired and Vidal was hit.

The Star News in Wilmington reported that both parents and at least 6 law enforcement officers were at the scene at the time of the shooting. 

Authorities say officers from three agencies responded. Several media sources reported that a police officer from Southport is on paid administrative leave following the shooting.

The family also told WECT-TV that two officers were holding down Vidal in a hallway of the house when another law enforcement officer stepped between them and fired, killing Vidal.

Vidal was a student at South Brunswick High School and celebrated his 18th birthday on December 10.

Friends say that Vidal could easily be subdued by police -- they say he was no taller than 5 feet, 5 inches tall and weighed less than 100 pounds.

According to his Facebook page, he was scheduled to graduate high school this spring.
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