Family and friends of convicted felon protest his shooting death by deputy in Seattle

John Carlson examines the weekend mini-protest by family and friends of 23-year-old convicted felon, Oscar Perez-Giron, who was shot by a King County sheriff’s deputy last week on the platform at the SoDo Light Rail station when he pulled out a gun after being asked to show proof of transit fare. During the weekend’s protest several family members spoke out in support of Perez-Giron who served time in prison for felony robbery.