Why would someone as beloved and embraced as Trey F. Williams be shot to death by a police officer in a confrontation in his grandmother’s home? The questions and mourning linger a year after that day.
By Lisa King
Wednesday, November 21, 2012 at 4:00 am (Updated: November 21, 6:13 pm)
He was a man-child many embraced. He was an enigma who wouldn’t let anyone close enough to know what was inside him. He was a soul in search of something. He was overwhelmed by a problem no one could seem to identify.
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