Thursday, December 10th marks the anniversary of the 2003 officer-involved shooting that left an innocent man dead and a community divided.
The death of Kenneth Walker gained national attention bringing civil rights activist like Jessie Jackson and Al Sharpton to Columbus.
It started out with a traffic stop of the wrong car, when Walker was shot and killed by then Muscogee County Sheriff's Deputy David Glisson.
Glisson was fired about two months after the killing.
He was never indicted and didn't serve any jail time, but Walker's family did receive a settlement.