North Carolina state's autopsy report for Andrew Brown Jr.'s police killing in Elizabeth City not only contradicts a "false" narrative by law enforcement but also supports claims from his family that he was "executed," lawyers say.

Pasquotank County District Attorney R. Andrew Womble has determined that the police shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, was "justified."

Rev. Al Sharpton's eulogy at Andrew Brown Jr.'s funeral called out South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott's much-debated claim that "America is not a racist country."

Lingering unanswered questions surrounding the high-profile police shooting Andrew Brown Jr. was looming large ahead of his funeral in Elizabeth City, North Carolina.

Facebook posts by North Carolina Superior Court Judge Jeffery Foster, who blocked the public release of bodycam video from Andrew Brown Jr.'s police killing in Elizabeth City, suggest he has pro-police bias.

A prosecutor argued there was legal justification for police officers shooting and killing Andrew Brown Jr. in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, and demanded the continued delayed release of bodycam footage

Autopsy results for Andrew Brown Jr. found police shot him five times, including "a kill shot to the back of the head" in Elizabeth City, North Carolina.

The fatal police shooting of Andrew Brown Jr. is exposing just how many ways there are to add insult to literal injury.

Lawyers representing the family of Andrew Brown Jr., a Black man who was shot and killed by Elizabeth City police in North Carolina, said cops were "trying to hide the video" footage from the shooting.

Brown's family demand that police release the body cam footage so that there can be more accurate representation of what transpired on the day he was shot to death.