Avia Aiyana: 'Sed nos tempus stare’
primo per: MLive.com
published: 11 April 2012
In avia puella occidit in a Detroit Aliquam incursione duo annos fecit rara publica species Tuesday nocte, petens continue subsidium eius familia.
In the summer of 2010, Mertilla Jones was one of the many faces of the Aiyana Jones shooting. Police stormed her eastside home searching for a suspect in an earlier shooting, accidentally shooting six-year-old Aiyana Jones in the process.
What Mertilla Jones did that night was unclear at the time of the shooting. Police said she was involved in a scuffle with an officer, leading to her arrest. She was later released, but said at the time she had no contact with any officers and said they were lying.
“At the time when they murdered my grandbaby, they arrested me — for what, Nescio,” Jones told a crowd at a rally for Brooke Harris, a Pontiac teacher who says she was fired after bringing the idea of a Trayvon Martin fundraiser to her superintendent. “I still don’t know,” inquit.
Aside from sporadic media reports, the Jones family has largely stayed out of the public eye since the shooting.
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