City Releases KeyPoint Report (Updated)

Unredacted report posted to city's website

City Releases KeyPoint Report (Updated)

This just in: The city is set to release the un-redacted KeyPoint report this evening.

UPDATE: The report is available from the city here.

City's public information office says that Assistant City Manager Mike McDonald will address reporters soon and will announce that city is set to post to the city's website the KeyPoint independent investigation into the May 2009 shooting of Nathaniel Sanders II.

This comes after the Chronicle posted earlier this week a transcript of the redacted report made from a copy provided to us for review by an anonymous source.

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