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New Video Released in Controversial Texas Police Shooting

The second video shows Gilbert Flores, 41, appear to put his hands up before he was shot by deputies in San Antonio, Texas.

Authorities in Texas have released another video showing a controversial police killing in San Antonio in August that appears to have occurred right after the suspect put his hands up.

Gilbert Flores, 41, was fatally shot on Aug. 28, and investigators have said they believe he was holding a knife.

A grand jury declined to indict the deputies involved on Wednesday. Another video was released after the shooting, but one of Gilbert's hands was obscured by a utility police in that video. The video released Friday shows the shooting in greater detail.

"This one was, I felt and my colleagues felt, was not clear cut, that it should be presented to a grand jury," Bexar County District Attorney Nicholas "Nico" LaHood said after the grand jury's decision, according to NBC station WOAI.

"And it was," LaHood said. "And we presented everything."

Bexar County sheriff’s deputies responded to the home on a domestic call before the confrontation and shooting, authorities said.

The sheriff’s department released 911 audio from the call Friday, in which the caller says “my son has gone crazy, he beat up his wife and she’s bleeding.” She also said the man has a knife.

In the background of the call, a man, presumably Flores, is heard saying “I got a knife and I’m gonna suicide by cop. So you better bring a SWAT team or whoever, gonna get ready to pull the trigger because I'm going to die today.”

Flores’ family has filed a civil suit against the deputies and the sheriff’s office, NBC affiliate WOAI reported.