The Kansas City Police Board has decided it will continue to fight for three officers found liable for the shooting death of a 13-year-old boy. The board wasn’t named in the Timothy Wilson case, and isn’t responsible for last week’s $700,000 judgement. Board attorney Bryan Round says the group has agreed to provide more legal counsel for the men and may appeal the entire case if needed. Wilson was shot late at night in 1998 in a stolen pickup truck. The officers say Wilson tried to run them over and may have been reaching for a gun.