A 17-year-old boy in Knoxville, Tennessee was shot dead by police on Monday.
Officials first receded the allegations after saying that teenage Anthony Thompson shot a police officer.
Members of the community are asking for body camera footage to be released.
A 17-year-old boy in Knoxville, Tennessee was shot dead by police during a high school toilet showdown on Monday. Anthony J. Thompson Jr. was later identified as a student.
Knoxville police officers arrived at Austin East Magnet High School in response to a phone call that a potentially armed teenager was at school. When the police arrived, subject Thompson was in the school toilet and entered there.
According to the first report from law enforcement agencies, Thompson shot and killed a police officer, urged the police officer to return the fire, and killed a teenager. But after 48 hours Tennessee Bureau of Investigation “The bullet that hit the KPD officer was not fired from the student’s pistol,” traced the first report.
In the updated report, TBI acknowledged the modified description. “During the investigation, the agent discovers facts that may clarify the first report, which our agency uses terms such as” reserve, “” probably, “and” report “in the release. That’s why. “
Few details have been released about how the case unfolded. According to the latest TBI report, after the police officer entered the toilet, “subsequent struggles” and “student guns were fired,” followed by police officers firing twice.
No additional details about the struck bullets are given Adam Wilson Officer, Those who are recovering from surgery as a result of injury.
The TBI has not provided details on how many police officers were in the bathroom or who may have shot Thompson.
With the lack of available details, community members and local officials are asking for body camera footage to be released. These calls failed, despite the participation of three of the four policemen involved. Knox News report.
“To accurately inform the public, all three police officers fully support the release of all unedited body camera footage related to the incident,” a police officer statement provided to Knox News said. It was.
Mayor of Knoxville India Kin Cannon KPD Chief Eve Thomas also called for the footage to be released, but District Attorney General Sharm Allen refused to release the footage during the investigation.
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