Significant questions about Tyre Nichols arrest circumstances remain. Cops' bodycam clips lifted out of context?
All the bodycam clips and other footage I've seen fail to show events leading up to Nichols being pulled out of his car. Was there a highspeed car chase prior to that, and was Nichols shooting at the officers any time before the chase ensued? Was a weapon displayed or found at the scene, or thrown out of a window during a chase? Reminds me entirely of the Chauvin case where no one picked up on Floyd gulping down a handful of drugs while the initially arresting cops approached the vehicle he was in, and was his ingestion of drugs communicated to Chauvin at any time during the confrontation? If not, Chauvin should have been convicted of no more than manslaughter.