Mother Of Emotionally Disturbed Man Killed By Police In 2012 Meets With Federal ProsecutorsFollowing her meeting with Assistant US Attorney Leigh Wasserstrom, Hawa Bah released a statement saying, "I am confident that if the DOJ listens to my testimony and thoroughly investigates my son's case they will see that federal criminal charges against Officers Edwin Mateo, Andrew Kress and Michael Green are warranted."
Woman Wants Investigation Reopened Into 2012 Fatal Police Shooting Of Her SonDebra Cohen, the lawyer representing the Bah family in a civil lawsuit, said she heard a different story in a sworn deposition.
Family Of Man Fatally Shot By Police Sues CityThe lawsuit was filed Monday in Manhattan federal court. It seeks unspecified damages for the September 2012 killing of 28-year-old Mohamed Bah, shot in his Morningside Heights home.
Demonstrators March On Police Headquarters, Demand Answers In Police Shooting Of Mentally Ill ManSupporters of a mentally ill man who was shot dead by police in his Harlem apartment marched on police headquarters on Sunday.
Lawyer: Grand Jury To Hear Case Of Deadly Police Shooting In Coming MonthsThe family said they want to know why officers entered the apartment even though Mohamed Bah was inside alone. They also said officers should have allowed Mohamed's mother to talk to her son through the door.
Police Fatally Shoot Man They Say Attacked Them With Knife In Morningside HeightsHawa Bah, the mother of the man who was killed, is now demanding answers from police.

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