Autopsy photos show a 16-year-old boy killed by a Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy was shot in the back. But a pathologist hired by the boy's family says it's unclear how the teen was positioned when the trigger was pulled.
Avery Cody Jr. was killed as he ran from a deputy in Compton on July 5. Authorities say the boy turned back during the chase with a gun in his hand and the deputy felt threatened. A gun was found next to the boy's body.
Images from a doughnut shop surveillance camera show the boy running with something in his hand and a deputy firing. But the Los Angeles Times reported Friday that the footage isn't sharp enough to confirm whether the object is a gun.