(CBS) – More than 100 demonstrators gathered outside a meeting of the Police Review Board demanding that Chicago Police Officer Dante Servin be fired.

In 2012, in the Douglas Park neighborhood, Servin shot into a crowd and killed Rekia Boyd, who was unarmed. Servin was acquitted by a judge on a technicality, but the Independent Police Review Authority recommended that he lose his job as a cop.

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It is not final, and is considered Supt. Garry McCarthy’s call to make.

He was not at Thursday night’s Police Board meeting.

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Boyd’s brother, Martinez Sutton, is worried about what McCarthy will do, based on his previous comments about the case.

McCarthy has 90 days to make a decision.

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