(MOBILE, Ala.) Some South Alabama students are organizing what they're calling a police brutality protest.
The Facebook for the event page is calling for students to gather around the campus police station Wednesday at 10 a.m. to protest.
It's the day students return from fall break.
Two guys are organizing the event. One is a friend of Gil Collar's. The other organizer you're about to meet didn't even know Collar, but he's furious with the campus police officer's actions.
It's been two days since a South Alabama police officer shot and killed 18-year-old Gil Collar.
But it's still very fresh on the minds of students like Jonathan Ark.
"I want to bring the cop to justice," said Ark.
Now Ark and others are organizing what they're calling a police brutality protest for Wednesday morning in front of the campus police department, where Collar died.
"Gil was only about 140 pounds. The cop could have easily taken him down. I think it was police brutality," said Ark.
Ark hopes the protest will push the police department to release more information and change its policies.
"We want to make it to where police can carry tasers. These are students. They are 18 and 19. Of course they are going to get crazy and wild. That gives you no right to shoot them in the chest," he said.
Collar's friend Dustin Mozingo is also questioning the police officer's decision.
"Does he not have a taser? Can you not shoot him in the leg?" said Mozingo.
The University still isn't taking questions and hasn't released any new information since Saturday.
"They're keeping it hush hush," said Ark.
The organizers say they expect anywhere from 50 to 100 people to show up Wednesday.
They say they'll pass out event fliers on campus, Tuesday.