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Police killed an autistic teenager. The police then filed search warrants to look for past bad behavior.

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Police killed an autistic teenager. The police then filed search warrants to look for past bad behavior.


After Louisiana sheriffs killed They filed unconstitutional warrants for search on a teenager who was disabled to seek out unflattering information and new allegations in a lawsuit. 

Eric Parsa, who was suffering from sensory overload in a parking lot near a New Orleans laser tag center, was fatally shot on January 19, 2020. Parsa was nonverbal and “severely autistic”, obese and slapped himself on the head. Parsa bit his father later. According to the suit an employee at the laser tag center asked his family if they needed assistance from the police. The family gave their consent and the police were called.

According to NBC News, Parsa grabbed one of the Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office JPSO (JPSO), deputies that arrived on the spot. The officer was subsequently disciplined. wrestled Parsa fell to the ground and sat down on him. His parents were watching. Parsa was unresponsive for nine minutes. He was then taken to a local hospital and declared dead.

In the days following Parsa’s death, police sought several search warrants related to Parsa—specifically aimed at examining the teenager’s…



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