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Jun 25, 2020 —
Hello everyone, I appreciate your time for sharing and spreading awareness to my brother’s case. Yesterday (6/24) I phoned Captain Sabrina Richardson with the New Orleans police department Public Integrity Bureau. (She has called twice and left voicemails in the past week to reach out to me). Captain Richardson then proceeded to tell me that there is security footage recording the incident leading to Christopher’s death, she told me she viewed this video. She states it shows Christopher shooting himself in the head, he then falls down to the ground, and about 15 seconds later he gets up and shoots himself in the head again, for the second time. However, when a consent decree attorney arrived at NOPD to view this same footage on our behalf in 2014 they reportedly “lost the video”. A few days later NOPD miraculously finds the footage and the attorney is able to view the security video. The attorney reported back to us “this does not show Christopher taking his own life.” It has been 6 years since my brothers death and NOPD is still sticking to their story: that this was a suicide, he shot himself in the head twice. With all of the information my family knows/ has found out, this story is simply not convincing us of the truth. I emailed Captain Richardson after our phone call with directions on how to retrieve this video so my family and I can view it with our own eyes. I have not received a response from her. It’s important to my family and I that we find a reputable civil rights attorney who has the power to stand against NOPD and their corrupt system of justice. I wanted to update everyone who has signed and shared to bring recognition to the lies and deceit we have experienced regarding NOPD and now, their higher ups, the Public Integrity Bureau. All we want to know is the truth behind what really happened to my brother Christopher Josey. They will do everything in their power to keep that from coming out. Thank you for reading❤️#justiceforchristopherjosey
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