Miami-Dade police shot a teenage boy four times in the back on Monday morning, leaving him in critical condition and bringing up more questions over gun violence in the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting earlier this year.
Officers opened fire on 16-year-old Sebastian Gregory after he allegedly reached for a baseball bat in his belt when an officer told him to "show his hands."
Gregory was taken to Kendall Regional Medical Center where doctors surgically removed three bullets from his middle to lower back, leaving one still in his spinal cord. He remains in critical but stable condition as several of his organs were affected, including his liver, lungs and colon.
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