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Chicago Mayoress Lori Lightfoot and family lawyers for a man Anthony Alvarez shot dead by police last month are calling for peace as the city prepares to release a video of the incident.

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The family of Anthony Alvarez, who police said was armed when he was shot in the early hours of March 31st, have already viewed footage made available Tuesday by the Chicago Civilian Office of Police Accountability.

“I know what I saw … I saw a Chicago police officer shoot their son while he was running away from them,” said attorney Todd Pugh after watching the video of the shooting which initially did little Received attention.

Two days before the Alvarez case, a Chicago police officer shot and killed 13-year-old Adam Toledo in the Little Village neighborhood during a car chase.

“Both parties are very aware of the range of emotions associated with the publication of these materials,” said Lightfoot and Alvarez’s lawyers in a joint statement.

“And we are making this statement together, calling on those who wish to express themselves to do so peacefully and with respect for our communities and the people of Chicago,” the statement said.

“The investigation into COPA is ongoing and both parties expect and have the greatest confidence that the officials will establish the full and unbiased facts in this case,” she continues.

Police claim 22-year-old Alvarez brandished a gun in pursuit.

Authorities haven’t said whether Alvarez aimed a gun or fired shots, but a police spokesman posted a picture of the gun they allegedly found at the scene on social media.

Pugh said Alvarez was on the video and asked officials why he was shot, the Chicago Tribune reported.

After the shootings, Lightfoot announced that police would implement a foot tracking policy for officers.

The US Department of Justice recommended such a policy for the Chicago police four years ago when it criticized police practices in Windy City. But the department did not implement such a policy afterwards.

“We look forward to a fair, balanced investigation by COPA and the changes Mayor Lightfoot has promised us all,” said Pugh.

Alvarez’s cousin Roxana Figueroa said the murdered man’s family wanted to know why he was being persecuted and why the police shot him down. The name of the officer who shot Alvarez has not been made public by the authorities.

“I’m tired of seeing this not just in my city on the north side of Chicago,” Figueroa said during a protest against Alvarez’s shooting earlier this month. “I’m tired of seeing this all over the south side.”

Another cousin, Gustavo Fuentes, said Tuesday the police lack of a foot-tracking policy shows they are not professionally trained.

In any case, he hopes the video clears up a few questions for him and the rest of Alvarez’s family.