Who is Aderrien Murry Mississippi boy shot by Greg Capers Indianola PD cop after calling 911

Who is Aderrien Murry Mississippi boy shot by Greg Capers Indianola PD cop after calling 911

Aderrien Murry from Mississippi is healing after getting discharged from the hospital, as reported by his family after getting shot at by Greg Capers

Aderrien Murry, who is a 11-year-old kid hailing from Mississippi has been shot by a policeman after dialing 911 for assistance.

Who is Aderrien Murry Mississippi boy shot at by Greg Capers Indianola PD cop after calling 911

On 20th May, an officer from Indianola Police Department shot Aderrien Murry in the chest while the officer was attending a disturbance call at the child’s residence. As per his mother, Nakala Murry, and the Mississippi Bureau of Investigation, the family wants officers to be fired and charged with the appropriate case for the incident.

Murry claims that, around 4 a.m., the father of a different child arrived at her house “irate.”

Murry requested Aderrien contact the police because he was worried about her security. As per Murry, the responding officer “had his gun drawn at the front door and asked those inside the home to come outside.” Murry further revealed that her kid was shot by the officer as he turned a bend into a hallway.


After police urged individuals who were present in the house to come outside, the shooting took place “one to two minutes” later, as reported by Murry.

After suffering major injuries from the shooting, including a collapsed lung, broken ribs, and a lacerated liver, the boy was given a chest tube and put on a ventilator at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. On Wednesday, the boy got discharged from the hospital and the hospital has been contacted by CNN.


Carlos Moore who is the attorney of Murry’s revealed that this event was captured by a nearby petrol station.

The Indianola Police Department revealed to CNN that, the police chief was not available at that time but confirmed about the officer, was Greg Capers.

“I’m happy that my loving son is alive,” Murry said. Moore revealed that Capers is still employed by Indianola Police Department.


“We believe that city and officers should be held accountable for damages they made to Aderrien Murry,” the attorney said.

Moore has revealed that they would stage a sit-in protest at the Indianola City Hall on Thursday morning. Murry wants justice to be served to their loving son Aderrien.

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