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The police officer that shot Kimani Gray seven times will not be charged.
Sgt. Mourad Mourad, one of the NYPD officers involved in the death of 16-year-old Kimani Gray, declined a "Cop of the Year" award from the NYPD Muslim Officers Society following community backlash.
BET.com remembers victims of violence.
Carol Gray, Kimani Gray's mother, held a press conference Thursday speaking out about the shooting death of her son by NYPD officers.
Real people respond to the death of Black teenager Kimani Gray, who was shot by cops.
Kimani Gray's parents have filed a notice of claim against New York City and plans to file a lawsuit for excessive force and pain and suffering.
A candlelight vigil for Kimani Gray, who was shot and killed by police in Brooklyn, turned into an angry protest.
A series of protests have erupted in the East Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn since Monday night, following the police killing of 16-year-old Kimani Gray Saturday night. Protesters clashed with NYPD resulting in dozens of arrests and violence.
Officer Jovaniel Cordova and Sergeant Mourad Mourad, who shot Kimani Gray, were sued multiple times for civil rights violations.
Another protest erupts in Brooklyn, New York's East Flatbush area over the Saturday shooting death of Kimani Gray by police officers