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Surveillance video released Tuesday shows a California police officer fatally shooting a 16-year-old boy from behind.
Isiah Murrietta-Golding was running from Fresno police officers, the footage from 2017 shows, and did not get up after an officer fired his gun.
Attorney Stuart Chandler, who represents Murrietta-Golding's father, released the video and body camera footage ahead of an upcoming trial. The father sued the Fresno Police Department for excessive force and wrongful death, according to court documents.
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Three reviews determined the use of force was justified during a homicide investigation at the time, Fresno Police Department Chief Andrew Hall said in a statement. The department's Internal Affairs Bureau, the Fresno County District Attorney’s Office and the City of Fresno’s Office of Independent Review all determined officers acted within policy after seeing Murrietta-Golding reach for his waistband several times during a pursuit.
Investigators later determined he was unarmed.
“There absolutely is no way the officer’s life was in danger,” Chandler told The Fresno Bee. “He was running away and he was trying to hold up his pants."
Police came into contact with Murrietta-Golding on April 15, 2017, because he was a suspect in a homicide on the previous day, according to the independent review. Officers were about to take Murrietta-Golding into custody during a traffic stop when he ran away, body camera footage shows.
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Officers chased after the teen, footage shows, telling him to stop. After he jumped over a fence, the review says an officer saw Murrietta-Golding reach for his waistband while looking at police from over his shoulder.
Believing he was reaching for a weapon, an officer fired one fatal shot, according to the review. Body camera footage shows an officer, who the lawsuit identified as Ray Villalvazo, firing his gun through the fence. The bullet struck the back of Murrietta-Golding's head, according to the lawsuit.
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A trial on the shooting is scheduled for October 2020, the Bee reported. Hall said ongoing litigation will consider all factors of the incident.
"The 16-year-old in this case was involved in the homicide with his brother and the brother was later arrested and pled guilty," Hall said in a statement. "The video represents a different vantage point and was not what the pursuing officers could see. The 16-year-old was also known to carry firearms and had jumped a fence into a child daycare center."
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The preschool was closed that Saturday, the lawsuit said, and no one was on the campus. Police also did not have an arrest warrant when they attempted to take Murrietta-Golding into custody, the lawsuit alleges.
"This young man was trying to run away, and you can be as critical as you want about how you shouldn't do that, but it doesn't give police the right to use lethal force," Chandler told KFSN-TV.
This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: A California police officer fatally shot a 16-year-old boy in newly released 2017 video. Justified? Unjustified?
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