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Because of the seizures, Teller said Camberdella began taking medication. But the medication changed him, made him violent, Teller said.
SUBURBAN BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. -- - The day Michael Camberdella, 18, was shot and killed by Palm Beach County Sheriff Deputy William Goldstein, a witness who lives in the neighborhood claims she did not see anything in Camberdella's hands when he was shot dead.
Speaking through her lawyer, Spencer Kuvin, the witness claims Camberdella should not have been shot dead from the scene she witnessed.
Kuvin said his client was inside her garage when she heard two shots. When she walked outside, she said she saw the back of the deputy who was facing Camberdella. Kuvin said his client did not hear any yelling or words but noticed the deputy had raised his gun. Moments later, the witness claims the deputy fired four shots as Camberdella stood there with nothing in his hands.
The witness told Kuvin she ran to Camberdella and saw a single bullet wound to his chest. When doing so, she noticed a rubber mallet and hedge shears, but said they were well out of reach, at least 20-feet away.
PALM BEACH COUNTY — — The family of an 18-year-old shot dead by a sheriff's deputy Thursday morning is blasting the deputy, saying he didn't need to fire at the teen. "My nephew died in cold blood," said Mark Teller, great-uncle of Michael Camberdella. "[Michael's mother] is in shock." The family contends that Camberdella was unarmed when the deputy shot him in the chest. Teller said the deputy fired six times.
The family of the 18-year-old man who was shot and killed by a Palm Beach County Sheriff's deputy on Thursday has hired a team of lawyers to investigate the case. Read more: www.wptv.com... wyers#ixzz29CA13Pgg