Recently, a federal court judge cleared the way for a trial in the case of Mohamed Bah, a 28-year-old student killed in his home by NYPD officers after his mother, Hawa Bah, called 911 for assistance to take him to a hospital. Southern District Judge P. Kevin Castel’s ruling denied New York City’s motion seeking to dismiss claims of unlawful entry and excessive force against the police officers who responded to Mr. Bah’s apartment, breached his door and then shot and killed him. Mr. Bah’s family alleges that the final and fatal shot to Mr. Bah’s head was inflicted at close range while he lay helpless and bleeding on the ground.
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