Attorney Ben Crump criticized local officials for showing the Brown family only a portion of the police video that led to the death of Andrew Brown Jr. Crump also lambasted the officials for trying to prohibit the legal team from being with the family when the video was shown.
- When we know that the video started before and after what they showed the family, and they determined what was pertinent. Why couldn't the family see all of the video? They only showed one body cam video, even though we know there were several body cam videos, if they were following the law and the policy in this county that everybody has video cameras on their uniforms. Furthermore, you're going to hear from Attorney Sellers and Attorney Daniels on this matter to add insult to injury. They wanted to have just two family members see the video with no legal counsel as if they did not have a right to have their legal counsel present when they watch this execution of their loved one.
- Exactly what it was.
- We have to keep demanding transparency, because we do not feel what the county attorney offered was transparency at all. So it's very emotional. Not only the video, but how this family was disrespected, even in the aftermath. You talk about insult on top of injury.