Two manslaughter counts have been filed against a policeman whose fatal shooting of a black man ignited last week's racial riots, but a lawyer for one of the victims said the charges amount to a "whitewash."

Officer William Lozano, 29, was charged Monday, hours after the funeral for 23-year-old Clement Lloyd, who was shot to death on his motorcycle while being pursued by another officer for speeding. Lloyd's passenger, Allan Blanchard, 24, died from injuries sustained when the motorcycle crashed in the Overtown section.The Hispanic officer, who has been suspended with pay since the shooting on the holiday for the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., surrendered Monday at Dade County Jail and left 30 minutes later after posting $10,000 bond, said John Hogan, chief assistant Dade County state attorney.