Listen: Jihad, Dan Siegel And San Francisco discussed on 24 Hour News
"The parents of twenty one year old jihad had called police saying he had a gun and was threatening them. Cops found him at the barbershop where witnesses say he opened fire. And then the police did. Now, those parents are suing in federal court represented by attorney Dan Siegel. The amount of force that was used in the situation was completely disproportionate to any threat or danger that jihad posed EADS mother and other relatives sobbed throughout the news conference on the steps of San Francisco city hall, his uncle he'd said the family originally from Jerusalem has deep roots in the city and Jihad's mother's still can't believe her son was killed by police. She's so shot she sold disoriented."