Widow has faith in probe into husband’s death

The widow of a Brooklyn man slain by an off-duty police officer met with representatives of the state's attorney general Monday for an update on the probe into her husband's death.



Wenona Small says she has faith in Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's investigation.



Her husband, Delrawn Small, died on July 4 after an encounter with off-duty Officer Wayne Isaacs in East New York, according to authorities.



Isaacs initially told investigators that Small attacked him in a road-rage incident at Atlantic Avenue and Bradford Street, but the victim's widow and her lawyer say surveillance video of the encounter refutes that claim.



The video appears to show Isaacs shoot Small very shortly after he approached the off-duty officer's car.



Isaacs has since been stripped of his badge and gun and placed on modified duty pending the outcome of the investigation.


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