Memphis Police Officers Charged with Second Degree Murder
JACKSON, Tenn.- The Jackson police chief was not available to go on camera to talk about the Memphis police body cam footage. But his department did release this written statement:
"The Jackson police department recognizes the concerns with the pending video release and will be preparing for any possible contingencies which may be related to its release."
Jackson police also told 39 news that they will be working diligently to make sure no matter what happens as the Memphis video is released officers here will do whatever is necessary to keep the community safe.