East Flatbush community remembers teen 4 years after death

A Brooklyn community came together Thursday to remember a 16-year-old boy who was killed by police four years ago.



Kimani Gray was shot multiple times and killed in 2013 in East Flatbush by two police officers. The NYPD investigation determined that Gray had a gun, but his mother says her son was wrongfully killed. 



After an investigation, no criminal charges were made against the two officers, and the NYPD tells News 12 that both of them are still working for the department. 



Gray's mother says she is working with organizations and community leaders to reopen the case and won't stop until she gets justice for her son.


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