- Joey Jackson: The newly-revealed surveillance video in the Michael Brown case challenges our faith in the investigation's transparency
- The main issue is why a filmmaker would be the one introducing this video to the public two and a half years later, he writes
Joey Jackson is a criminal defense attorney and a legal analyst for CNN and HLN. The views expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author.
(CNN)We learned this past weekend about the existence of a surveillance video in the Michael Brown case that was previously undisclosed to the public. It was revealed at the debut of Jason Pollock's film "Stranger Fruit" at the SXSW festival.