LARGO, Florida – Largo police killed a man named Linus Philip on Friday. The man’s family
accuses the police of using Philip’s finger to access the phone.
Police approached Philip’s car at the WaWa gas station in Clearwater on Friday. The car
Philip was driving was illegal according to the police statement. Police officers stated that
they smelled marijuana from inside the vehicle, whose windows were covered illegally.
Cops said Philip tried to open the car door, but a policeman named Matthew Steiner was
dragged away. According to the police, Philip used his vehicle as a deadly weapon. Philip
was killed by the police without any gun. Police officer Steiner, on the other hand, did not
receive any punishment and survived the incident with minor injuries.
Philip’s family, on the other hand, wants the video recordings at the WaWa gas station where
the incident took place. However, it is claimed that the video was not recorded by the police
teams. The police stated that the officers who gave CPR to Philip were arrested.
Philip family’s lawyer, John Trevena, said, “This is the first time I’ve heard that there is no
Another claim of the family is the use of Philip’s dead body. Philip’s finger was used to
access the phone at Slyvan Abbey Funeral Home, the family claimed.
“It is disgusting to use a dead man’s finger,” Armstrong said of the allegation.
The police, on the other hand, did not give any explanation about the allegations as the case
“My son turned 30 on March 11 and they killed him,” Martha Hicks (Philip’s mother) said in
an interview Wednesday. “Our only wish is to know what’s going on.”
“My son no longer has a father,” said Armstrong. The cops are slandering him. “We are
struggling to learn the truth.”
The couple’s little daughter died of leukemia last year. Their son Ishak is only 16 months old.
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