Slain Imam's Family Seeks Answers

Family Holds Press Conference

DETROIT - The son of a Detroit mosque leader killed during a shootout with the FBI says he's very disappointed with a U.S. Justice Department report clearing agents of any wrongdoing.

Omar Regan called it "incomplete" Thursday. He says he'd hoped a review of the death of Luqman Ameen Abdullah would show violations by the FBI.

Regan says there's no additional evidence to support the FBI's claim that his father shot or even possessed a gun.

The Justice Department says there were no civil-rights violations in Abdullah's death, and Michigan authorities say no state laws were broken.

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The FBI said Abdullah, 53, was fatally shot inside a suburban warehouse after firing at agents and resisting arrest. Agents wanted him on charges of weapons violations and conspiracy to sell stolen goods, one of 11 people named in a criminal complaint.

Abdullah was shot 20 times.

Muslim leaders have questioned the use of informants and said one FBI informant led Abdullah to the Dearborn warehouse where he killed. They also question the sequence of how things happened because autopsy pictures show that Abdullah was handcuffed at the scene.


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