- Chris Kaba, who was because of becoming a dad, passed on in the long early stretches of 6 September, around two hours after he was shot.
- An examination has been opened into the demise of Chris Kaba, who was shot by furnished police in south London.
Coroner Andrew Harris sympathized with the group of the 24-year-old, who was shot through the windscreen of a vehicle in Streatham Slope on 5 September.
Mr. Kaba’s folks, siblings, and cousin attended the conference at Inward South London Coroner’s Court.
The Met Police marksman who discharged the deadly shot has been suspended.
The court heard that an unarmed Mr. Kaba was driving an Audi that had been connected by police to a gun the earlier day. He was also being trailed by a plain squad car without lights or alarms turned on a very brief time before the shooting.
In the wake of driving the Audi down Kirkstall Nurseries, he was impeded by an undeniable squad car, and there was contact between the vehicles, the court heard.
A furnished official then, at that point, discharged a solitary shot through the windscreen, which hit Mr. Kaba in the head.