1) What happened to the Burger King tapes?…
NBC Chicago quoted a district manager for Burger King in May as saying Chicago police deleted separate video from a security camera at a Burger King restaurant less than 100 yards away,
While 86 minutes of the video were missing, the city’s Independent Police Review Authority said there was “no credible evidence” that police tampered with it. Alvarez repeated that assertion Tuesday.
That’s the same IPRA which clears almost every cop it looks at.
* What State’s Attorney Avarez said…
“Forensic testing was done on the Burger King surveillance system to determine if anyone tampered with the evidence and the testing did not reveal any such evidence,” she said.
She declined to comment on which agency conducted the tests, however.
Somebody needs to track down Burger King’s Jay Darshane, who made the original allegations.
*** UPDATE *** Darshane has mummed up…
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Darshane told DNAinfo Tuesday that he’s been visited by other authorities since then — and will likely have to testify in the case.
Dasrhane declined to comment further, saying he was told not to speak about the incident.
2) If you listen to the audio of the snuff video, you can hear what sounds like wind noise, sirens and garbled electronic something or another, but nothing else. So, was this a tech issue (perhaps “ghost” audio that bled through from another source) or what?
…Adding… 3) When, exactly, did Mayor Emanuel, Superintendent McCarthy and State’s Attorney Alvarez and/or their staff first find out about what was in that police dashcam video? And what did they do immediately after?
…Adding… 4) What was in the reports filed by the other officers at the scene?
…Adding… 5) Why is this clown still working for CNN?…
HARRY HOUCK: I’m shocked there’s no violence. I really am shocked.
BAKARI SELLERS: You don’t have to be shocked
HOUCK: Well I kind of thought maybe some — there’d be problems in the inner city.
SELLERS: Why? Why?
HOUCK: Well, you know the thugs like to use this as an excuse to go there out and cause –
SELLERS: The who?
DON LEMON (Host): He’s — I don’t think you’re — He’s not talking about the protesters.
HOUCK: Now I’m not talking about these people here. I’m talking about people who will actually go out and riot, destroy property, fight the police.