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WARREN, Mich. (FOX 2)After Warren police released video of a police-involved shooting, the mother and sister of the 18-year-old shot and killed by police are talking about the tragedy.

“He probably didn’t even know they were police or anything like that, he just needed help,” said his sister Sunjida Rysa.

Eighteen-year-old Hussain Al Raji and his family came to the US from Bangladesh nearly a decade ago.

“To have a better future,” his sister said.

But on Friday everything changed forever for the family in a matter of seconds.

“He was acting super normal literally in the morning when he woke us up to pray together,” the sister said.

But after those prayers something changed.

“You know how there is a devil in every religion – I think he was seeing that on us,” she said.

The family called 911 for help.

Dispatcher: “What’s going on there?”

Caller: “He didn’t sleep for four days, my brother’s assaulting …

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