Let's Go to the Video


Seattle Attorney James Egan says dashboard camera videos in two cases he handled showed police misconduct. He wanted to see if there were any other issues involving those officers, so he asked for 36 others dashboard videos involving them. The city sued him. City officials argue they don't have to release any videos for three years, which just happens to after the limit expires on suing the city for police misconduct. It also just happens to be when the city routinely erases those videos.