MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - An Atlanta-based human rights organization plans to hold a press conference Monday July 22, in downtown Mobile.
The non-profit civil rights organization is representing the family of Edward Mack; the homeless man who was killed in April while riding his bike on St. Francis Street.
Alexander Graf was arrested in that case and charged with vehicular homicide and DUI. He's due in court Tuesday, July 23, 2013.
"The family feels because this guy is considered homeless and Mr. Graf, Alexander Graf might know somebody, politics might be involved, money might be involved. The family feels that they might not get justice on behalf of the Mack family," said Gerald Rose, with the New Order National Human Rights Organization.
Gerald Rose, the group's leader, said it may organize a rally on behalf of Mack.
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