An Iraqi refugee accused of shooting and critically wounding a Colorado Springs police officer is due to appear in 4th Judicial District court Thursday morning. Karar Noaman Al Khammasi, 31, is set to be charged in an Aug. 2 confrontation in which Officer Cem Duzel was shot in the head. Duzel’s condition remains unchanged two weeks after the attack. Duzel was wounded while responding to a call of shots fired near the U.S. Olympic Training Center. Al Khammasi, who also was injured, was discharged from a hospital last week and booked into the El Paso County jail. He has missed two recent court appearances by refusing to leave the jail, including on Wednesday. He is expected to be charged with attempted murder of a police officer, among other counts. The Gazette reported that Al Khammasi was due to be deported in 2016 until an immigration court halted his removal, citing a federal appeals court decision that invalidated the grounds of his deportation.