ACLU of Arizona Requests Public’s Help to Review Phoenix PD Videos
After uncovering a video clip showing a Phoenix police officer calling a pepper ball gun a “toy” and predicting the use of chemical agents on protesters, the ACLU of Arizona is asking for the public to help review hours of videos of the August 22, 2017, protest that took place while President Trump was speaking in Phoenix.
In response to an ACLU of Arizona lawsuit, the Phoenix Police Department released hundreds of videos of the protest from officers’ body cameras and surveillance cameras. The ACLU of Arizona is now asking the public to help review the videos. These videos are available at https://www.acluaz.org/en/PhoenixTrumpProtest.
We invite the public to give the ACLU of Arizona feedback on what they see in the videos, including evidence of potential police misconduct. We may follow up with you for more information. Please review our disclaimer.