They shot him then lied and tried to cover it up. Now they’re leaving him hanging… Black cops gon learn.<br><br>”Cops chased the car from Broadway and Cole, near the Dome at America’s Center, dodging gunfire from the suspects at they went, police say. When the thieves finally crashed, they ran and continued shooting, police say. Officers fired back, hitting one of the suspects, a 17-year-old, in the ankle. <br><br>Green lived nearby and was armed with his service weapon when he came out of his house. Yet two of the on-duty officers ordered him to the ground. He complied. The on-duty officers eventually recognized him and had him stand up and walk to them. That’s when a third officer, who has not been identified, arrived and shot Green. <br><br>Lt. Col. Lawrence O’Toole, then the acting chief, initially told reporters that Green was hit in the cross-fire between the pursuing officers and car thieves. It was only the next day that the police department issued a statement saying O’Toole was working off “preliminary information” and didn’t realize Green had been struck by “friendly fire.”<br><br>”Prior to his career ending injury, Officer Green was his family’s primary breadwinner,” Ethical says in a news release. “He is now forced to apply for disability, struggling to support his family and is having a hard time meeting his children’s needs.” “

They shot him then lied and tried to cover it up. Now they're leaving him hanging... Black cops gon learn.

"Cops chased the car from Broadway and Cole, near the Dome at America's Center, dodging gunfire from the suspects at they went, police say. When the thieves finally crashed, they ran and continued shooting, police say. Officers fired back, hitting one of the suspects, a 17-year-old, in the ankle.

Green lived nearby and was armed with his service weapon when he came out of his house. Yet two of the on-duty officers ordered him to the ground. He complied. The on-duty officers eventually recognized him and had him stand up and walk to them. That's when a third officer, who has not been identified, arrived and shot Green.

Lt. Col. Lawrence O'Toole, then the acting chief, initially told reporters that Green was hit in the cross-fire between the pursuing officers and car thieves. It was only the next day that the police department issued a statement saying O'Toole was working off "preliminary information" and didn't realize Green had been struck by "friendly fire."

"Prior to his career ending injury, Officer Green was his family’s primary breadwinner," Ethical says in a news release. "He is now forced to apply for disability, struggling to support his family and is having a hard time meeting his children’s needs." "

Milton Green Was Shot by a Fellow St. Louis Cop. Now He Needs Help

In June 2017, St. Louis Police Officer Milton Green was shot by a fellow cop while trying to help arrest a trio of car thieves....
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