(London Daily Mail) A Brooklyn teenager who was shot at 16 times by police was unarmed and surrendering when cops opened fire, his lawyers said in a new lawsuit.
Keston Charles was 15 when he was shot three times during a foot chase in December 2013.
At the time police said that Charles pointed a gun at officers in Brownsville and then fled the scene. The weapon, it turns out was a BB gun.
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New surveillance footage, obtained by the New York Daily News, shows the teen was not armed as police shot at him during the chase, and was surrendering when further shots were fired.