Couple's family demands answers after deadly botched Harding Street raid

HOUSTON – Channel 2 Investigates is demanding answers and access into the botched Harding Street raid.

The family of the couple that was killed during the Jan. 28 raid still have many questions for investigators.

KPRC investigator Mario Diaz was the first reporter in the home on Tuesday. Since he stepped inside, family members of Dennis Tuttle and Rhogena Nicholas have asked many questions. Most of their questions have focused on what happened the day of the deadly shootout.

They also have questions about records they said they haven't yet seen.

"It points to somebody made a bad mistake. Somebody needs to pay. We need the answers," Cliff Tuttle said.

Tuttle and his family want answers. The uncle of Dennis Tuttle was in disbelief on Tuesday.

"Look at that. A man 5 feet, 6 inches (tall). What are they shooting at? He's not on a chair. He's standing. He's probably about this tall. Who are they shooting at and why?" Tuttle asked.

Channel 2 Investigates was with Cliff Tuttle inside of 7815 Harding St. the first time family members and their attorneys were allowed inside since the deadly botched raid. They went in search of answers. Tuttle said they are not getting any answers from the Houston Police Department.

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