Family members of Janisha Fonville, from left,  uncle Billa Bey,  cousin Paris Bey, and father  Mikal Bey spoke to the audience about Fonville’s  death and her life Sunday at a “Cease Fire Rally” held in March at Mount Zion Church of God. was shot and killed during a CMPD police shooting on Feb. 18.
Family members of Janisha Fonville, from left, uncle Billa Bey, cousin Paris Bey, and father Mikal Bey spoke to the audience about Fonville’s death and her life Sunday at a “Cease Fire Rally” held in March at Mount Zion Church of God. was shot and killed during a CMPD police shooting on Feb. 18. ROBERT LAHSER rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
Family members of Janisha Fonville, from left, uncle Billa Bey, cousin Paris Bey, and father Mikal Bey spoke to the audience about Fonville’s death and her life Sunday at a “Cease Fire Rally” held in March at Mount Zion Church of God. was shot and killed during a CMPD police shooting on Feb. 18. ROBERT LAHSER rlahser@charlotteobserver.com

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