Raleigh police release hundreds of dash, body cam videos from riots
Raleigh police announced the release of more than 500 videos that were captured during the protests that happened during May 30-June 1 period.Posted — Updated
The videos were released by the City of Raleigh and Police Chief Cassandra Deck-Brown after petitioning the Superior Court that they be released publicly. The presiding judge authorized the release of the videos earlier Tuesday.
"We asked the judge to release the videos so there was true transparency in reviewing the events that occurred in May," Raleigh Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin said. "The videos were just released, and I have not yet reviewed them."
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