But two videos — one from KSDK (Channel 5) showing Khan as he made his way to the chamber exit and one from a county security camera showing him walking through the lobby — did not show him making any physical contact with anyone.
And, at a council committee hearing held Monday evening to discuss security and decorum at council meetings, law enforcement officers, including one who escorted Khan from the chamber to an elevator, said they didn’t see anyone touch him or hear any racial slurs.
The resulting furor prompted an immediate call for Khan’s firing from Councilman Tim Fitch, R-3rd District, that Harder publicly joined Tuesday.
It was not immediately clear whether the rest of the council will ultimately join in.
Days said from what she’d seen in video footage, it’s clear to her that Khan’s testimony doesn’t match.
She also noted that Khan never filed a police report after the incident.
But she declined to say what should happen next.
“I didn’t hire him and I won’t be firing him,” she said. “That’s a decision for Dr. Page.”
Councilwoman Shalonda Webb, D-4th District, said the same thing.
Khan has repeatedly declined to revise his account.
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