The family of Arthur Keith is demanding justice after a Cuyahoga County grand jury failed to return an indictment against the CMHA officer who shot and killed Keith.  The police claim that Keith was shot after they approached a van they suspected of being involved in a shooting and claim that Keith pulled a gun, but witness state that Keith was shot in the back as he ran away.   Soon after Attorney General Dave Yost announced that the officer who shot Keith “acted reasonably” the Cochran Firm Attorney Stanley Jackson, Keith’s family, and local community leaders came together to call for further investigation.   Attorney Jackson says he is distrustful of the process due to lack of transparency, including the fact that no video evidence has been released and that despite being provided with contact information of eye witnesses, investigators did not question them, nor was their testimony presented to the grand jury.  Arthur Keith was 19-years-old when he was shot and killed last November.

https://www.cleveland.com/metro/2021/07/family-of-arthur-keith-attorney-demand-federal-investigation-of-cmha-police-after-officer-not-indicted-in-fatal-shooting.html