Associated Press breaks news of authorities in possession of murder video in Mississippi police HQ

Concerned authorities are learnt to have a video from a police interrogation room. The video features a murder suspect who shot a detective and killed him before killing himself with the detective’s gun. The news came to light after a person with knowledge of the investigation revealed it on Saturday.

Associated Press breaks news of authorities in possession of murder video in Mississippi police HQ-global-annal

The supposed suspect is Jeremy Powell and he was not handcuffed during interrogation, as required, at the Jackson Police Department on Thursday.  The said person gave away the information, on condition of anonymity as they didn’t have the authorization to talk about the investigation.

Source: Washington Post, USA Today

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