Philadelphia Police Officer Under Fire for Deleting Cell Phone Video of Man Arrested

A Philadelphia police officer is under investigation after deleting a video from the cell phone of Jacob Giddings, the person he was arresting. After sitting in his truck for 10-15 minutes at a gas station, the officer claimed Giddings had a warrant and pulled him out of the car. When Giddings’ cell phone fell during the scuffle, the officer’s body camera was still rolling and showed him picking up the phone, finding the video and deleting it. Now, Giddings is suing the Philadelphia Police Department. Attorney Donte Mills of Mills & Edwards LLP is representing Giddings, and he joins “Making the Case w/Yodit” to discuss the lawsuit.  

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