“I know that the Prude family, the Rochester community and communities across the country will rightfully be disappointed by this outcome.” - Attorney General Letitia James
“[La’Ron Singletary] believes that neither he nor anyone in the Rochester Police Department, did anything wrong.” – City of Rochester
James announced that her office will decide when to publicly release body cam footage, a decision that was previously at the discretion of law enforcement.
Documents including internal e-mails and police reports show efforts to deny or delay requests to release the body camera footage of Prude's death.
Tashyra Prude says "racist police officers saw a Black man in need and decided that he just didn’t deserve to live."
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