ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) -- The mother of a man fatally shot by St. Paul police is asking to view video that she says may show her son's final moments.

Twenty-nine-year-old Cordale Quinn Handy, of Waukegan, Illinois, died of multiple gunshot wounds last week. Authorities have said Handy, who was black, pointed a gun at police before he was shot by two officers. An attorney for the family has said they don't believe Handy posed a threat.

The Bureau of Criminal Apprehension said Saturday that video from a nearby
building doesn't capture the full incident.

Kim Handy sent a letter to state and local authorities Tuesday, saying she
believes two cellphones seized by police contain audio and video of her son.
She's asking for a private viewing.

A Department of Public Safety spokesman says authorities can arrange for the
family to see the video after the investigation is complete and before it's
publicly released.