The mother of an unarmed Bronx teenager shot dead by police is speaking out after the officer resigned before he could be fired. She is angry at the officer, the NYPD and the mayor. NY1's Dean Meminger filed the following report.

Constance Malcolm is furious that the officer who fatally shot her unarmed son Ramarley Graham five years ago quit the NYPD so he wouldn't get fired.  

"When you made that call to him on Friday, you should have told him he was fired then," Malcolm said.

Richard Haste now says he wanted to tell his side of the story to Graham's family but wasn't allowed to by the police department and his union. 

"I would be happy to avail myself to them personally if they have any questions or issues I would be happy to address that one on one," Haste said.

Graham's mom doesn't want to hear it.

"Richard Haste sat through a trial and lie up there, and now you want to met with me. That was your opportunity on that stand," Malcolm said. "So no, I won't met with him. Nothing he could say to me is going to take away my pain."

After an NYPD trial in January, Haste was notified Friday that he would be terminated for not following guidelines in the moments before the shooting. He quit Sunday.

NY1 was the first to obtain surveillance video that shows 18-year-old Graham entering his northeast Bronx home, narcotics officers racing behind. Haste testified that he shot Graham in the house because he thought the teen reached for a gun.

A grand jury declined to indict Haste, and the U.S. Justice Department decided against bringing civil rights charges against him.

"How do you let someone who kills one of New York's children walk away on their own terms?" said City Councilman Andy King of the Bronx.

Haste will not get a pension or be allowed to have a gun. 

Malcolm says Mayor Bill de Blasio has not been supportive.

"The mayor, he needs to get a backbone. He really needs to get a backbone," Malcolm said. "The PBA doesn't run this city. Mayor de Blasio should be running this city. Is he doing that? I can't say that."

For the family of Ramarley Graham, this ordeal is not over yet. They say there were many other officers at their home the day Ramarley was shot and killed, and they want them punished.

"How can I move forward and heal? There is no room for that. Because I still have no answers," Malcolm said.