Chris Kappa shooting: MetBody cam footage prompts a rethink from relatives | News

The family of Chris Kappa, the unarmed black man who was killed by a Metropolitan Police firearms officer, is set to “step back” from the campaign after watching footage of the shootings.

Capa, 24, was shot in the head and died in hospital after a police chase in Streatham Hill, southwest London, on September 5.

Police said Kappa, who was about to become a father, was stopped after the Audi he was driving triggered an automatic number plate recognition system indicating it was linked to a recent firearms crime.

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The Met officer who fired the single shot was suspended. The Independent Office of Police Conduct (IOPC) has launched a murder investigation but said this does not mean that “criminal charges will necessarily follow”. Investigation into the death of Kappa

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