NASHVILLE, Tenn. - After a shooting that sent people inside Opry Mills Mall frantically running for cover, the family of the man who was killed is speaking out.
They say Justin Golson -- the gunman who shot and killed DeMarco Churchwell -- should not be walking free tonight.
At the time, police said the shooting was a culmination of a beef between the two. But this week, prosecutors decided to drop the murder charge against Golson, saying Golson was acting in defense of his own life.
Churchwell's cousin Ashia Vanzant says that decision has hurt her family even worse.
"Basically I was shocked because that's like saying anyone can just go out and kill somebody and they can walk away as a free killer, basically as a murderer," Vanzant said.
Churchwell's family says they may be considering further legal action.