Oscar Grant Oakland Case: In 2009 SF Sheriff Source Said Autopsy Showed Crack Cocaine In Body, Wrong
From YouTube Channel: February 15, 2009 at 07:30AM
ONN – Oscar Grant Oakland Case: In 2009 SF Sheriff Source Said Autopsy Showed Crack Cocaine In Body, Wrong
In 2009, A source who was a San Francisco Sheriff reported to me that BART Shooting victim Oscar Grant was found to have Crack Cocaine in his body, and planted through his buttocks. My source also accused KTVU TV News of delaying video release.
Now, that the case is reopened, I want to re-introduce this matter in order to clear the air. My source was a San Francisco Sheriff, who was not sympathetic to what happened to Oscar Grant. Moreover, my source was African American – before anyone assumes he was white.
My video contains a number of sentences where I emphasized that my source believed that information, as much as I did not believe it. It was newsworthy because he was a San Francisco Sherriff at the time, and he told me he was in contact with law enforcement officials involved in the Oscar Grant case.
What I was trying to imply in the video was that someone else may have planted the drugs, if they were there.
At the time, there was a lot of words and views shared by some very important people. If I were to have blurted out the source’s name, it would cause a ton of problems and not just for me. Note the date of the video.
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