MYR @AnniseParker says city will release video of police shooting of Jordan Baker.— Janice Evans (@Jevansdavis) December 2, 2015
MYR says releasing video is right thing to do now that all internal investigations have been completed.— Janice Evans (@Jevansdavis) December 2, 2015
MYR hasn't seen the video. Says it's not about what's on it, this is about policy moving forward.— Janice Evans (@Jevansdavis) December 2, 2015
Houston Police Department Chief Charles A. McClelland Jr. released the following statement on Wednesday afternoon:
After consulting with the City Attorney and the Mayor, and in the interest of public trust and transparency, we have agreed to release the surveillance videos obtained in the Jordan Baker investigation.
These surveillance videos were obtained from private entities. During the course of the investigation, no video evidence was discovered or recovered that captured the shooting incident.