Angie and Paul Hammond, whose son Zach was killed by a Seneca policeman, appear at a recent news conference with their attorney, Eric Bland.
Angie and Paul Hammond, whose son Zach was killed by a Seneca policeman, appear at a recent news conference with their attorney, Eric Bland. File Photograph The Greenville News
Angie and Paul Hammond, whose son Zach was killed by a Seneca policeman, appear at a recent news conference with their attorney, Eric Bland. File Photograph The Greenville News

SC attorney general rebuffs Supreme Court plea from parents of man killed by policeman

September 23, 2015 01:46 PM

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