The Metropolitan Police Service has suspended the firearms officer who fatally shot an unarmed Black man in London earlier this month, in line with The Telegraph. Chris Kaba, 24, was a rapper simply months away from turning into a father when he was shot in a police chase final Monday evening. No firearms have been subsequently discovered on the scene. Kaba’s loss of life the subsequent day sparked widespread outrage and protest marches throughout London, one among which was erroneously reported by a Sky News journalist as a tribute to the late Queen Elizabeth II. Within the quick aftermath of the capturing, Scotland Yard officers had eliminated the officer from frontline duties, permitting him to proceed working whereas the Impartial Workplace for Police Conduct carried out a murder investigation into the incident. However hours after Sir Mark Rowley assumed duties as new head of the Metropolitan Police on Monday, the officer was suspended, in line with The Telegraph.