The latest on surveillance shooting: Clergy, civil rights leaders to see video of altercation

10:30 a.m.

Boston police plan to show video of the fatal shooting of a man under surveillance by terrorist investigators to clergy leaders and civil rights advocates.

Usaama Rahim was killed Tuesday after police said he lunged with a knife at members of the Joint Terrorism Task Force who approached him to question him.

A law enforcement official with knowledge of the investigation says Rahim had been making threats against law enforcement. The official wasn't authorized to release details and spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity.

Police scheduled a meeting Wednesday to show community leaders the video. Rahim's brother has disputed the police account of the shooting.

Rahim was shot outside a CVS. A spokeswoman said Wednesday that Rahim had worked for CVS since March.