The names will not be revealed until it is determined if there is danger in the integrity of the agents.
The identity of the police officers who shot dead a homeless on the streets of Los Angeles will not be revealed until after the investigation, officials said.
Spokesmen for the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) explained that the names will not be revealed until it is determined if there is danger in the integrity of the agents.
The incident in Skid Row, an area where there are thousands of homeless, caused protests and is considered a new case of police brutality.
Local authorities continue to conduct an investigation of the shooting in which agents shot an unarmed homeless when grabbed them and tried to arrest him.
Meanwhile, officials of the Office of Citizenship and Immigration (ICE) confirmed that the homeless man who was shot by police was not Cameroon and France as reported.
Without revealing his identity noted that the name of Charley Saturmin Robinet, as it is identified, is the name of a Frenchman who stole his identity in this country 15 years ago.