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Family of man killed by GSP trooper seeks grand jury redo, video, fed investigation
Meanwhile, ex-trooper Thompson’s lawyer says he acted in self-defense, thanks Screven grand jury
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Attorneys Francys Johnson, center left, and Mawuli Davis, center right, were joined by members of the Julian Lewis family, including Lewis' mother Lindsay Milton, standing to the left of Johnson, during a ZOOM call Tuesday morning that addressed a Screven County grand jury's decision Monday not to indict fired Georgia State Trooper Jacob Thompson who is charged with felony murder in connection with Lewis' death. - photo by JIM HEALY/staff
After a Screven County grand jury on Monday declined to indict former Georgia State Patrol Trooper First Class Jacob Gordon “Jake” Thompson for shooting Julian Lewis to death last Aug. 7, Lewis’ family is demanding that the district attorney present the proposed charges, including murder, again to a new grand jury.
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