Williams' lawyers filed a lawsuit against the city in federal court last month, and also released a video they say proves the teen was a victim of excessive force.

The teen was shot Aug. 20 when police said Williams ran from them following a disturbance at a nearby Central Avenue convenience store where a gun allegedly was displayed. Williams allegedly had a knife when Olsen shot.

Williams currently faces a felony charge of menacing a police officer and misdemeanor weapons possession. He is paralyzed from the chest down.