Short press conference after the first day of civil proceedings in the case of Ramarley Graham, the teenager who was murdered by Officer Richard Haste in the Bronx. Ramarley was unarmed and in his own home when he was shot. Police stormed into his apartment without a search warrant, and shot him in front of his grandmother and younger brother. After two attempts to indict Richard Haste in Bronx Criminal Court failed, Ramarley's parents Constance and Frank Graham are pursuing civil damages as well as Federal charges for the violation of Ramarley's Civil rights. It's extremely rare for any police officer to be brought to justice under the criminal justice system. In court today, the Judge was suggesting to the City that they should work with a private mediator to settle with the Grahams, which leads one to believe the City has a lot to lose (and looks extremely culpable) in this case. The next court date is not until August.