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Activist reflects on difficult journey in open letter.
More than two years after he was shot five times by Pittsburgh police during a traffic stop in November 2012 and left paralyzed, charges lingering against Leon Ford Jr. have been dropped by the Allegheny County District Attorney.
Rallies will be held internationally on Saturday, May 3 for Leon Ford Jr., who was shot and left paralyzed by Pittsburgh police in November 2012. He also faces charges of aggravated assault.
An Allegheny County jury found Leon Ford Jr. not guilty of two counts of aggravated assault against police officers who shot and left him paralyzed in November 2012.
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Pittsburgh's new Police Chief Cameron McLay was pictured holding a sign that read "I resolve to challenge racism @ work."