Attorney for murder victim questions police bodycam footage outside Mayor Frank Jackson’s home—19 News Cleveland
19 News showed some of the bodycam footage of police arriving at the mayor’s house to question his grandson, Frank Q. Jackson.
It took six months for police to release those limited, edited clips after multiple requests.
Attorney Peter Pattakos calls the footage provided “outrageous.” Police were called to the mayor’s home shortly after 30-year-old, Antonio Parra, was murdered outside a barbershop.
Pattakos, who represents Parra’s mother, wonders, “Was the mayor’s grandson ever questioned by police?”
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