Bond Hearing for Officer Charged in Shooting Death of Six-Year-Old

A protest took place outside of the courthouse during a bond hearing today for Norris Greenhouse Jr. one of the two Louisiana police officers charged in the shooting death of a six-year-old boy from Hattiesburg.
Greenhouse was arrested earlier this month, along with fellow officer Derrick Stafford, for the murder of Jeremy Mardis and the attempted murder of the boy’s father, Chris Few, during what was first described as a police chase.
During today’s protest, both adults and kids held signs that read “I’m six-years-old, do I deserve to die?” One woman yelled “baby killer” as the suspect was escorted out of the courthouse.
There was a delay in the bond process due to Greenhouse’s father, Norris Greenhouse Sr., being an assistant district attorney.

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