By Henry Pierson Curtis, Orlando Sentinel
A report on the FBI shooting of Ibragim Todashev answered a number of questions, but one mystery remains: the identity of the special agent who shot Todashev seven times.
The anonymity is consistent with the agency’s practice of not revealing the names of agents who shoot suspects, regardless of whether the shooting was justified. In contrast, Florida requires local and state law-enforcement agencies to identify police officers and deputies involved in shootings.
The agent would not let Orange-Osceola State Attorney Jeff Ashton conduct a tape-recorded interview for an independent investigation…Click here to continue reading.