"Receiving limited information regarding the Metropolitan Police Department killing my son on June 12, 2018, has been an extremely horrific nightmare," Kenithia Alston said a D.C. Council roundtable review of the department's five-year-old camera program. "I have suffered an enormous amount of anxiety, depression and grief all while advocating for public information."
D.C. Council, announced last week that he would resign from the Metro Board, after having said previously that he would not seek the chairmanship again after his term ends on Sunday.
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