OKLAHOMA CITY —
“At this point, the next step is to get the Warren Theatre video,” Brooks-Jime’nez said, “to be able to put all the pieces together, to be able to see exactly what happened that night. There’s objective evidence out there, and with that objective evidence, we’ll all know what happened.”
Since then, the MPD and OSBI have not allowed the Rodriguez family to see any portion of the security video, Brooks-Jime’nez said.
Brooks-Jime’nez said the OSBI want to take a statement from Nair Rodriguez, but he would like to view the security video first.
“Both of those things have to be accomplished,” Brooks-Jime’nez said. “We want to have a copy of the video in time to review it. The police department, in the beginning, said their officers did nothing wrong. I don’t think the medical examiner’s report is consistent with that. If they have a copy of the Warren Theatre video, they should release it.”
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