By John Vibes
February 24, 2016
Albuquerque, NM — Edgar Camacho-Alvarado, 23, was shot and killed by police this weekend while police were searching for a murder suspect in his neighborhood. The young man was not actually guilty of any crime, nor did he pose a threat to officers, and he never even attempted to interfere with their investigation. He was simply at the wrong place at the wrong time, working to fix the engine in his truck in the driveway in front of his home.
The police are refusing to release any further information about the shooting, but Edgar’s family wants answers.
“This morning, we got a call about APD and U.S. Marshals being at my aunt’s house. We have no idea why they shot him. He passed away instantly. They were looking for someone else and they killed him,” Perla Alvarado, Edgar’s cousin told KRQE News 13.
“What’s going to happen to my cousin? Is there going to be justice served? We need justice,” she added.
The Marshals allegedly thought that Edgar was their suspect and shot him “by accident,” but exactly how it happened is unclear.
“They said they have made a mistake because he was out there at the wrong time. There’s no such a mistake by killing somebody. There’s no accident,” Alvarado told reporters.
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