Dearborn police have released a 300-page report about the fatal shooting of a Detroit mosque leader during an FBI raid that backs up a decision by Michigan's attorney general not to file criminal charges.
FBI agents shot Luqman Ameen Abdullah 20 times, killing him during a warehouse raid last year.
The police report was released Friday to the Detroit Free Press.
Attorney General Mike Cox announced his decision Thursday, saying it was "undisputed" that Abdullah fired at agents. Dearborn police were the lead investigators because the death occurred in that city.
The FBI says Abdullah was a leader of a radical Sunni group that wants to create an Islamic state within the U.S. His family has denied allegations that he was anti-government. He was killed 11 months ago.