US News: teenage girl killed by a lost ball: the father wants the "prison" for the police officers

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« La seule chose que je veux, c'est la justice pour ma fille », a lancé lors d'une conférence de presse Juan Pablo Orellana, le père de Valentina Orellana-Peralta © Robyn Beck / AFP "The only thing I want is justice for my daughter," launched during a Press Conference Juan Pablo Orellana, the Father of Valentina Orellana-Peralta

Valentina Orellana-Peralta, 14, has died, mortally affected by a bullet lost on December 23rd in a store of North Hollywood where she went with her mother . The father of the girl asks the prison for the police in question.

The father of a 14-year-old teenager killed by a lost ball near Los Angeles during a police intervention at a store asked Tuesday to what the agents involved "all in prison".

"The only thing I want is justice for my daughter," launched at a Juan Pablo Orellana press conference, Valentina's Father Orellana-Peralta. "I will not have a rest before all these criminals are in prison, each of them," he said, in Spanish.

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The teenager of Chilean nationality was mortally affected by a bullet lost on December 23rd in a store of North Hollywood where she went with her mother. "We were both in a fitting room, so buying clothes for Christmas. We heard screams, we sat down in arms, praying, when something struck Valentina, "said the mother, Soledad Peralta.

Valentina et sa mère se trouvaient dans une cabine d'essayage de l'autre côté d'un mur situé directement derrière le suspect abattu. © Robyn Beck / AFP Valentina and his mother were in a fitting room on the other side of a wall located directly behind the slaughtered suspect.

"She died in my arms. I could not do anything, "she sobbed. The Los Angeles police had been called in the store where a man had just aggressive several women, injuring one of them with a heavy bike padlock.

On arrival, the police had discovered in the rays of the store a woman in blood a few meters from the suspect. According to on-board cameras videos made public, one of the police immediately opened fire three times on the suspect with a rifle, mentally touching it.

Valentina and his mother were in a fitting room on the other side of a wall located directly behind the slaughtered suspect. According to the police, who opened an investigation, the teenager would have been struck by a bullet that ricocked on the floor and crossed the wall of the cabin.

Valentina's parents were flanked by their lawyers, including Ben Crump, specializing in deaths involving police officers and who defended the families of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Bonena Taylor.

The Los Angeles police chief, Michel Moore, had apologized to the family and committed to doing all the light "on the circumstances that led to this tragedy".

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