The Nino Cantu Southwest Athletic Complex was the scene of a shooting that resulted in the death of 15 year old Mobarak Adam Jan. 15. It was revealed shortly after the incident that the security cameras were not functional.

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One of the more disturbing revelations that came in the wake of the shooting death of 15 year old Mobarak Adam at the Nino Cantu Southwest Athletic Complex in West Seattle was that the security cameras there were non-functional. 

Now, District 1 City Councilmember Rob Saka has shared via his email message to constituents that the cameras are being replaced stating:

“I am pleased to report that Parks Superintendent AP Diaz has informed me that the security cameras at West Seattle’s Southwest Teen Life Center, where 15-year-old Mobarak Sharif Adam was killed, will be replaced! Parks plans to complete the project by mid-March at the latest. Thank you for your quick attention to this critical concern.  We continue to monitor the progress of the Police investigation and are in touch with Mobarak’s family. “


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