Sheila Albers Vs. Overland Park Police: 'They Have Not Lived Up To What They Said They Are'

After a national news investigation, strong words from a grieving mother confront a local law enforcement organization.

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 The Washington Post created a 3D scan of that shooting and showed it to experts, who said the officer was never in harm's way.

It's something those experts say should have been taken into account by the Officer Involved Shooting Investigation Team, or OISIT.

"They are a multi-jurisdictional unit, and it does take the involved agency out of the investigation," Sheila Albers said. "But beyond that, they have not lived up to what they said they are. They are not impartial, they are not thorough, they are not unbiased."

Specifically, Sheila Albers believes more transparency about OISIT could have led to more accountability, and a more thorough investigation in her son's case.

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