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Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. and his attorneys held a (Credit: Rory Glaeseman)

Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. and his attorneys held a news conference in front of the courthouse to announce they were filing a wrongful-death lawsuit in the amount of $21 million in New York City. (July 2, 2012)

Kenneth Chamberlain shooting case

White Plains police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Kenneth Chamberlain Sr. last year will not be indicted, a grand jury decided in May. On July 2, Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. filed a $21 million lawsuit against the White Plains Police Department, the city, the White Plains Housing Authority and eight police officers involved in the standoff that led to the death of Chamberlain's father on Nov. 19. (July 2, 2012)

Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. and his attorneys held a
(Credit: Rory Glaeseman)

Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. and his attorneys held a news conference in front of the courthouse to announce they were filing a wrongful-death lawsuit in the amount of $21 million in New York City. (July 2, 2012)

Randolph McLaughlin, lawyer for Kenneth Chamberlain Jr., speaks
(Credit: Rory Glaeseman)

Randolph McLaughlin, lawyer for Kenneth Chamberlain Jr., speaks with reporters at a news conference in front of a Manhattan courthouse after filing a $21 million lawsuit. The suit was filed against the White Plains Police Department, the city, the White Plains Housing Authority and eight police officers involved in the standoff that led to the fatal shooting of Chamberlain's father, Kenneth Chamberlain Sr., on Nov. 19. (July 2, 2012)

Attorney Randolph McLaughlin, center, lawyer for Kenneth Chamberlain
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Attorney Randolph McLaughlin, center, lawyer for Kenneth Chamberlain Jr., speaks at a news conference in front of a Manhattan courthouse after filing a $21 million lawsuit. (July 2, 2012)

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Kenneth Chamberlain Jr., left, speaks with reporters after
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Kenneth Chamberlain Jr., left, speaks with reporters after he and his attorneys conducted a news conference in front of a Manhattan courthouse after filing a $21 million lawsuit. The suit was filed against the White Plains Police Department, the city, the White Plains Housing Authority and eight police officers involved in the standoff that led to the fatal shooting of Kenneth Chamberlain Sr. on Nov. 19. (July 2, 2012)

Attorney Randolph McLaughlin, center, with his client Kenneth
(Credit: Rory Glaeseman)

Attorney Randolph McLaughlin, center, with his client Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. at right, speaks with reporters at a news conference in front of a Manhattan courthouse after filing a $21 million lawsuit. The suit was filed against the White Plains Police Department, the city, the White Plains Housing Authority and eight police officers involved in the standoff that led to the fatal shooting of Kenneth Chamberlain Sr. on Nov. 19, 2011. (July 2, 2012)

Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. speaks with reporters at a
(Credit: Rory Glaeseman)

Kenneth Chamberlain Jr. speaks with reporters at a news conference in front of a Manhattan courthouse after his attorneys filed a $21 million lawsuit. The suit was filed against the White Plains Police Department, the city, the White Plains Housing Authority and eight police officers involved in the standoff that led to the fatal shooting of his father, Kenneth Chamberlain Sr., on Nov. 19, 2011. (July 2, 2012)

The Westchester County Courthouse in White Plains. (May
(Credit: Susan Stava)

The Westchester County Courthouse in White Plains. (May 3, 2012)

People walk by the White Plains apartment complex
(Credit: Susan Stava)

People walk by the White Plains apartment complex where Kenneth Chamberlain Sr. was killed by police in his apartment last November. Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore outraged some in the community when she announced that the officers involved in the fatal shooting will not be indicted. (May 3, 2012)

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Kenneth Chamberlain Sr. was killed by White Plains
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Kenneth Chamberlain Sr. was killed by White Plains police at this apartment complex on Lexington Avenue in November 2011. A grand jury had decided that police officers involved in the confrontation and fatal shooting will not be indicted. (May 3, 2012)

White Plains Public Safety Commissioner David Chong talks
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White Plains Public Safety Commissioner David Chong talks to the media after a grand jury decided not to indict the White Plains police officers involved in the fatal shooting of Kenneth Chamberlain Sr. last year. (May 3, 2012)

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