Indictment against cop in Ramarley Graham case thrown out

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The fight for justice for Ramarley Graham has hit a road block.

The indictment against the police officer who shot and killed the teen has been thrown out.

Earlier Wednesday, a Bronx judge found legal errors, saying prosecutors gave flawed instructions to a grand jury during the indictment of officer Richard Haste.

The case is far from over as it is expected to be presented to the grand jury.

Cop to appear in court in death of Bronx teen Ramarley Graham

Ramarley’s father, Frank Graham, released a statement after the shocking news saying they will keep fighting until  Haste goes to prison.

“If it means going back to the grand jury or if we have to ask the federal court to deal with this case; we are going to keep fighting no matter what,” said Graham, father of Ramarley. “Where ever it leads us we will go there.  We will never stop until justice is served in this case, until Richard Haste goes to prison for murdering our son.  If we start over, we will start stronger!”

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