Relatives and their attorneys say the autopsy confrims that he had been"executed."
Andrew Brown Jr.'s relatives and lawyers announced that the results of the postmortem examination they commissioned through a news conference Tuesday afternoon outside the Pasquotank County Sheriff's Department at Elizabeth City, North Carolina, stating it affirms that he had been"executed."
"Yesterday, I said that he had been'implemented' This autopsy report reveals me that has been right," explained Brown's son, Khalil Ferebee.
The statement came a day after relatives were permitted to see what they described as a 20-second clip from 1 police camera of their unarmed Brown being taken to death along with his hands on the steering wheel of his car outside his house in Elizabeth City.
Wayne Kendall, a lawyer representing Brown's household, exhibited autopsy images pointing out that Brown was shot four times into his arm. Kendall explained those wounds as glancing wounds which didn't kill Brown.
He explained the deadly shot hit Brown because he tried to push out to save his own life. He explained a bullet struck Brown in the bottom of the rear of his skull and lodged in his mind.
"He managed to back up, turn around the vehicle, spin off over a vacant lot. And in the point he had been struck at the rear of that mind and that's the fatal bullet wound," Kendall said.
Harry Daniels, another lawyer for the family, said he's been told by police that three deputies opened fire on Brown's automobile, for example a who reloaded.
Chantel Cherry-Lassiter, among the family's lawyers who had been permitted to watch the movie, said Brown was sitting at his automobile with his hands on the steering wheel while he was being taken .
Cherry-Lessiter reported that at no moment at the brief movie snippet did she watch Brown threatening the officersadding,"He had been attempting to evade being taken."
The titles of these deputies have never been published.
Pasquotank County Sheriff Tommy Wooten stated on Monday evening the county attorney had filed a motion asking a judge to permit the people to observe the movie, but didn't indicate when the footage may be published.
"This tragic episode was speedy and over in under 30 seconds," Wooten said in a video announcement, adding the footage out of officer body is shaky and at times difficult to decode.
"They just tell part of this narrative," Wooten said.
Relatives of both Brown and their lawyers complained they weren't revealed each the video available of this mortal confrontation, such as footage of what prompted the shooting and its aftermath.
The shooting totaled roughly 8:30 a.m. when deputies out of Pasquotank and Dare Counties moved into Brown's house to try to serve an arrest warrant on Brown that originated by a felony drug investigation, officials said.
A first responder was listed on 911 dispatch stating Brown was shot from the trunk.
In an affidavit attached to the search warrant, detectives maintained they used a confidential informant to capture video and audio of their informant buying crack cocaine and methamphetamine out of Brown on many occasions.
Brown's family members and their lawyers claimed researchers failed to find drugs or weapons from Brown's automobile and home.