SUGAR LAND, Texas – After obtaining bodycam footage, the family of a man shot by a retired Sugar Land Police Division officer in August is now calling on Sugar Land Metropolis Council to conduct an investigation into the taking pictures independent of the police division.
The Kazi family and their lawyer Omar Khawaja held a information convention Wednesday to “demand justice and a full review of all body camera evidence by the grand jury.”
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Ozzy Kazi, 29, was wounded at round 9:30 p.m. on Aug. 1 when his neighbor, the retired officer, shot him within the abdomen. Police mentioned the retired officer shot Kazi after he refused to go away the retired officer’s property.
Following the taking pictures, Kazi was hospitalized and underwent a number of surgical procedures.
Dolcefino Consulting, employed by the Kazi family to analyze the taking pictures, lately obtained bodycam footage of the incident. Within the footage, the retired officer is seen telling investigators he had been consuming previous to the taking pictures.
The retired officer has not been charged within the taking pictures.
The case is at present underneath assessment by the Fort Bend County District Legal professional’s Workplace and shall be introduced to a grand jury in early December.
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