Memphis Says It Will Release All Recordings from Tyre Nichols Traffic Stop

  • Facing allegations of a cover-up, the city of Memphis says it will release all audio and video recordings in the deadly Tyre Nichols traffic stop.
  • “The City is preparing to release these recordings publicly upon completion of the administrative investigation, which is expected to occur in the next few weeks,” Jennifer Sink, Chief Legal Officer for the city of Memphis, said in a statement. “Mr. Nichols’ family and attorneys have been afforded an opportunity to view the entirety of the audio and video footage privately until it can be released publicly.”
  • The city has been inundated with records requests from media outlets, advocacy organizations and others since the Jan. 7 traffic stop in which five black police officers are accused of brutally beating Nichols. The 29-year-old black man died from his injuries three days later.
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