You're assuming they overstepped their boundaries, again based on your viewing of a grainy video in which the actually shooting isn't even visible. Like I said, you can't make that judgement call as you're not fully in the loop. You don't know the particulars of the case, so give it a ****ing rest with being an expert on how the situation should've been handled. It's not about being smart, it's about accepting you don't know shit. Should it be reviewed once again? Sure, the family is entitled to that.
The judicial system, not cops but lawyers came to the conclusions that have left the officer uncharged. Are the courts now in on it too?