Mayor Othoniel Sierra says a gag order is preventing him from commenting on the case. A First Amendment attorney says that’s not true.
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — It’s been more than a week since a man died as Englewood police officers were shooting into a house on July 24.
Police say a man inside the house shot at them, but the department won’t say who shot and killed the other person in the home. The man accused of firing the shots, 29-year-old Phillip Blankenship, was arrested. His brother, 22-year-old Matthew Mitchell, was killed.
The city’s mayor, Othoniel Sierra, still will not talk about the case. He’s citing a gag order, but a First Amendment attorney says…
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