Teenager Jayson Negron, 15, was another fatal victim of police using excessive force. The teen was was in a short car chase with Bridgeport PD. The car chase came to an end when as stated by Bridgeport Police Officer James Boulay Jayson backed into an officer which forced Boulay to shoot the teen in the head. It was reported by the officers that Jayson Negron was dead on the scene which is why there was no immediate medical assistance.

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Video has determined this narrative to be false:

This video was released by a cousin of Jayson Negron, Giovanni Rivera on Friday.Giovanni Rivera spoke with The Root Monday about the tragedy and what the family is going through:

“The family is crushed,” said Rivera, 24. “There are so many unanswered questions, so many lies out there. We just want truth and justice…The Bridgeport police officers came to the house and told us that Jayson was shot in the head and died on the scene, but in the video, you can see he was still breathing,” Rivera said.

Anyone that watches the video can see that Jayson Negron moves his head, and officers are doing everything but getting a bus for this him. This attempted police cover-up is now blown wide open thanks to this video.

The attorney for the family of Jayson Negron tweeted that the officer that shot was an Iraq vet and Bridgeport PD rookie with PTSD.

Stratton also goes on to say there was no actual police chase at all:

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Source: The Root

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