EAST FLATBUSH - Family and supporters of Kimani Gray met with the Brooklyn district attorney today to demand an independent investigation into the 16-year-old's fatal shooting by police.

Councilman Charles Barron says there are witnesses and video that disprove police reports that Gray pulled a gun on two officers prior to his shooting in East Flatbush.

"Nobody corroborates," said Barron, flanked by Gray's mother during a news conference. "He was not on a suicide mission."

Nearly 50 people were arrested last Wednesday after a vigil turned into a protest at the 67th Precinct.

The district attorney’s office did not comment after the meeting.

For the entire news conference, watch the clip to the left or click News 12 Extra on Optimum TV channel 612.