Attorney for Henry family says autopsy results may be false

The attorney for the family of Danroy Henry, the Pace University student who was shot by police outside a Thornwood bar in October, vocalized his dissatisfaction with the investigation thus far.

Michael Sussman, speaking before the Yonkers Branch of the NAACP, said he questions the results of the toxicology report which say Henry had a blood alcohol content of .13, above the legal limit of .08.

He also questioned the results of the autopsy, which he said do not match the results of an independent autopsy conducted at the family's behest.

Sussman concluded his remarks by reiterating his request for the U.S. Justice Department to take over the investigation, saying that county investigators will not be able to treat Henry and his friends fairly in their investigation.

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