According to a modified complaint, the Ghaisar family entered the US District Court on Friday, officers Alejandro Amaya and Lucas Vinyard shot badly Ghaisar, 25, after leaving the stage for a minor traffic accident in Northern Virginia on November 17, 2017.  Ghaisar, who was unarmed, was taken to hospital, where he spent 10 days in a coma before he died on November 27, 2017.
The Ghaisar family and their followers have spent the months since the attempt in vain to get US answers Park Police and the FBI, who oversee the shooting of the shooting: Who were the officers involved? Why did they pursue Ghaisar for what seemed to be a minor incident? Why wouldn't US Park Police release any information to the family?
According to their modified complaint ̵
Fairfax County Police submitted documents stating the officials involved, Amaya and Vinyard, say the complaint.
US Park Police attorney later confirmed their identities to the Ghaisar family on March 12, according to the complaint.
"After nearly 500 days of the DOJ (Ministry of Justice) and the US Park Police protect these people's privacy so they could live their lives without public account and scrub their past, we now know their names" family said in a Friday statement.
But they won't stop there, the family said.
"It is not enough to know who pulled the trigger and ended the life of the wood as it just began," they said. "We demand justice for our son and brother – and we will continue to fight for it until we get it."
Reach Friday, a US Park Police spokesman confirmed that "it was the names we gave the family." The officers remain in an administrative manner.
CNN's attempt to reach Amaya and Vinyard for comment has been unsuccessful.
The FBI refused to comment on Friday with reference to an ongoing investigation.
The Ministry of Justice refused to comment on Friday. The DOJ would decide if the officers were to pay the costs.
Night of shootings
The Fairfax County Police Department's decision to reveal officers' identities is consistent with its previous actions.
] What little information is known about the case is largely due to the department's decision to release dashcam recordings of the slider "as a matter of transparency" in January 2018.
No Fairfax County police officers discharged their weapons during the incident.
On the night of the shooting, Ghaisar was back while driving south on the George Washington Memorial Parkway.
For unknown reasons, Ghaisar left the scene, which is illegal in Virginia, if there has been any damage or damage to property.
Not long after, US Park Police began pursuing Ghaisar.
According to the dashcam footage released by the Fairfax County police, Ghaisar pulled over three times as officers chased him.
Each time, the officers left their vehicle with their weapons pulled and pointed to Ghaisar, who twice maneuvered his vehicle around the police and drove away.
The third time he stopped, the officers of Ghaisar fired Jeep Grand Cherokee. The family has said he was beaten four times.
Incident reports from the Fairfax County Police – released in the fall in response to the Washington Post Freedom Requests and the Ghaisar family – later confirmed what the family had said before: Ghaisar was unarmed at the time of shooting.