This week, an NYPD disciplinary trial began for two officers involved in the 2019 killing of Kawaski Trawick inside his own Bronx apartment.
The second day of the trial wrapped up late Tuesday afternoon.
The NYPD says the 32-year-old rushed at officers while holding a knife during the interaction, which lasted less than two minutes. The Trawick family and advocates are calling for accountability after the district attorney declined to bring charges and an internal NYPD probe found no wrongdoing.
Kawaski Trawick's parents, Ellen and Ricky Trawick, and Loyda Colon, the executive director of the nonprofit Justice Committee, which supports families and survivors of police violence, sat down with Errol Louis on “Inside City Hall” Tuesday night to talk about the trial.