History of complaints against officer in deadly raid

Past cases are now under review that involved the Houston police officer accused of lying on an affidavit to obtain a warrant in a deadly drug raid. Officer Gerald Goines is accused of lying on the document that triggered a no-knock warrant at a southeast Houston home that ended with two suspects killed and four officers wounded. 

Complaints have been filed against Officer Goines over a period of several years before the raid. 

Chevo Pastrano, the attorney for a man who was falsely accused of criminal activity by Goines in 2013, discusses the officer's history of complaints with Isiah Carey.