Rally Saturday For Fred Williams lll, Killed By Los Angeles Sheriff’s in Mona Park

There is a march and rally scheduled for tomorrow in Mona Park for 25-year-old Fred Williams lll, who was killed by Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputies Oct 16.

Mona Park is located at  2291 E 121st St, Compton, CA 90222. The rally starts at 2:00 p.m.

A local well-known videographer released a video of the shooting incident to his social media platforms, which shows a L.A Sheriff Deputy chasing Williams down a driveway into a backyard. He goes out of frame but you can see the deputy shooting at a slight angle.

Following the shooting death of Kizzee, LASD officers started wearing body cameras, although the footage released was not from LASD. The department has also stated they will be releasing body camera footage.

It should be noted that there have been shootings in the area where Williams was killed near Mona Park. Please keep this in mind if you plan to support tomorrow’s action. Travel in groups if you can.

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Willowbrook DIS, 2nd Ld Date: 10-17-2020 4:39 PM – Word Count: 300 �Willowbrook DIS, 2nd Ld Deputy Who Fatally Shot Man in Willowbrook Wore Body Camera; Man ID'd Eds: IDs fatality. The Sheriff's Information Bureau can be reached at 213-229-1850. Nash of OnScene has footage and can be reached at 323-381-9454. WILLOWBROOK (CNS) – The shooting death of a Los Angeles man armed with a gun by a sheriff's deputy in the unincorporated Willowbrook area near South Los Angeles may have been captured on the deputy's body camera, authorities said today. The man shot by the deputy was identified as Fred William, 35, according to coroner's Lt. David Smith. The deputies from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department's Century Station “were wearing cameras,'' Deputy Eric Ortiz of the Sheriff's Information Bureau told City News Service on Saturday. Deputies at the Century Station, along with four other stations, received the department's first batch of body-worn cameras and started wearing them in the field on Oct. 1, according to the sheriff's department. The department's timeline for releasing critical incident footage has not been made public. Deputies were on patrol in Mona Park, in the area of 121st Street and Willowbrook Avenue, at 5:30 p.m. Friday when the shooting occurred. When the deputies entered the parking lot, they saw a group of about 10 to 15 people and one was holding a gun, according to Deputy James Nagao. The suspect spotted the deputies and ran out of the parking with a deputy chasing after him, he said. The deputy chased him down a driveway and into the backyard of a nearby home where the suspect “engaged the deputy by pointing his firearm at (the deputy),'' who opened fire, striking the man, who was pronounced dead at the scene, Nagao said, adding a semi- automatic handgun was recovered by detectives. No deputies were injured. CNS-10-17-2020 16:39 � Return to Full List

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