Report says Alejandro Nieto had a recent history of mental illness. Supporters say lawsuit will continue.
Attorneys say witnesses contradict police story, and Alejandro Nieto never pointed a Taser at officers.
Police reported that Moore pointed a handgun or a rifle at police, while a neighbor said he was unarmed.
But lawyer for Jeremiah Moore’s family vows lawsuit over October 2012 incident will continue.
Suit says shooting was part of pattern of incidents involving non-threatening or disabled people.
Slaying of Alejandro Nieto on March 21 has created new tensions between SFPD and neighborhood residents.
The parents of Alejandro Nieto, killed by police officers in Bernal Heights Park, seek unlimited damages.
Police shot Alejandro Nieto after he reportedly pointed a Taser stun gun at them in Bernal Heights Park.
The man killed, 28-year-old Alejando Nieto, had a Taser for his job as a nightclub security guard.
VALLEJO, Calif. (AP) Pressure is intensifying for an independent investigation into the fatal shooting by Vallejo police earlier this month of a man outside his home–the city’s fifth fatal officer-involved shooting since May. Vallejo Mayor Osby Davis asked the state Attorney General’s Office this week to launch an inquiry into the Sept. 2 shooting of […]