Dashboard Video From Night Of Chavis Carter’s Death Leaves Key Questions Unanswered | ThinkProgress

The Jonesboro police department has released the dashboard video from the night they claim 21-year-old Chavis Carter shot himself while handcuffed in the back of a police car. Police Chief Michael Yates has said the video, along with witness accounts, supports the involved officers’ account that Chavis Carter shot himself.

But the footage, which is 90 minutes long and includes interviews with witnesses, does not capture video or audio of a gunshot itself, or the aftermath. The local channel, WCMTV, which is sorting through the footage, noted:

via Dashboard Video From Night Of Chavis Carter’s Death Leaves Key Questions Unanswered | ThinkProgress.

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