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A little less than a month ago we told you about the tragic death of Johran McCormick, the 17-year-old who was shot and killed by a protective father after sneaking into his 16-year-old girlfriend’s bedroom. McCormick was reportedly confronted by his girlfriend’s father after her younger brother went to say goodnight to her and noticed two feet sticking out from under the bed and told their dad. When the father questioned McCormick and his daughter, the girl claimed she didn’t know the teen boy so the father called 911. In the midst of waiting for the police an argument ensued and, according to the dad, when McCormick dropped his hands to grab something he opened fire, shooting the teen in the head and killing him at the scene.

The Harris County Grand Jury will be deciding whether the father should face charges for the death of McCormick, but now family is pushing for his daughter to be charged. According to an updated report from KHOU News, the slain teen’s family and supporters are demanding that Houston District Attorney Devon Anderson motion to file either one to two counts of accessory to murder, or involuntary manslaughter against the young girl who they claim intentionally lied to her father, causing Johran’s death.

So far there’s no word on whether the D.A. will comply. Do you think he should?

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