Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) officials responsible for the deadly Riverchase Galleria Thanksgiving film confirmed a meeting between the agency and lawyers representing Emantic "EJ" Bradford's family.
ALEA reportedly shared some videos of filming during a meeting between Bradford family lawyers and district attorneys Danny Carr and Lyniece Washington.
ABC 33/40 inquired about the video and Robyn Bradley Bryan, ALEA Public Information Officer, responded with the following statement:
"ALEA / SBI requested a meeting with the Bradford family on the 30th this afternoon. November, as is the standard procedure for all SBI investigations into deaths and / or casualties involving SBI, and lawyers Benjamin Crump, Rodney Barganier, and Frankie Lee were present on behalf of the Bradford family District Attorneys Danny Carr and Lyniece Washington also agreed with all parties present that the contents of the meeting will be kept confidential and out of respect for the Bradford family and to remain true to their word, ALEA will continue to uphold this agreement. "
This meeting is the latest development as a judge gives prosecutors the order of the alleged first shooter of Erron Brown's Bewaff has ordered evidence of what led to the deadly mall-shooting. The order mentions no video, but Brown's lawyer said the evidence may contain it.