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The family of police terrorism victim John Crawford III has filed a lawsuit naming Wal-Mart among the defendants.
The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, names the city of Beavercreek; Sean Williams, the Beavercreek police officer who fatally shot Crawford; Sergeant David Darkow, who accompanied Williams; Police Chief Dennis Evers; and the Wal-Mart Stores Inc.
The suit said Williams shot Crawford about one second after making contact with him.
As was the case in St. Louis County, Missouri involving the execution of Michael Brown Jr., a “special prosecutor” in Ohio claiming to be seeking an indictment against John Crawford III’s killer, played defense attorney for the Beavercreek cop Sean Williams.