"THERE'S AN INJUSTICE. I DON'T BELIEVE HE KILLED THE WIFE OF THAT OFFICER."
"NO HE NEVER HAD A GUN THAT'S WHY WE CAN'T BELIEVE THAT HE DID IT."
DAY LABORERS QUESTION DEATH OF MAN IN DEPUTY INVOLVED SHOOTING
MAN WAS IDENTIFIED MONDAY AS MARCIAL CAX PULUC
MyFox Atlanta, GA - WAGA
16 Jun 2008
Friends and family of a day laborer shot and killed last week are asking questions. Marcial Cax Puluc was the man shot to death last week in the deputy's home. The deputy says the man killed his wife during a robbery. The people who knew Puluc say he was not the kind of man who would carry a weapon nor a rob a person. And they're not the only ones asking questions. A group of day laborers are asking questions about the death of 23-year-old Marcial Cax Puluc. He was shot and killed last Monday at the home of DeKalb County Sheriff Deputy, Derrick Yancey and his wife Linda Yancey. Derrick Yancey told police he shot and killed Puluc after Puluc had shot and killed Linda. Cax Puluc's cousin says,
Eswin Cash says he last saw his cousin Monday morning when Cax Puluc went to find work at the corner of Hairston and Central in Stone Mountain. He says Cax Puluc had come to Georgia only a month and a half ago from his native Guatemala. Deputy Yancey says he picked up the man to do work at his home and fatally shot him when he killed his wife during an attempted robbery. Puluc's friend Ludin Perez says
See all blog entries on the deaths of Linda Ann Thomas Yancey & Marcial Cax Puluc here.