DPS officials said Coleman received information about the Bland case. But he said he had not seen the video until its release this month and did not think it had been made available to him.
"I want everything," said Coleman.
"You'll have everything," he told DPS director Steve McCraw.
McCraw told the legislature that the video was not filmed after its discovery in September 2015, as it was part of a Texas Rangers investigation into police officer Brian Encinia, who arrested Bland in a criminal court before her death Waller County had violently treated prison. Encinia was later released by DPS.
Coleman said it should have been made available to the family lawyer, Cannon Lambert, and the lawmakers who investigated the case. DPS officials assured the panel that the video was made available to Lambert in civil proceedings, but admitted that they had not provided it to lawmakers.
"One thing we did not send you was the USB stick with all the data from Sandra Bland," McCraw told Coleman. "We did not do that."
Encinia's criminal investigation was closed in July 201
The family now demands a review of the criminal case against the soldier, as Lambert has not seen the video, which was recorded by the Investigative Network, a non-profit news organization, and aired on WFAA-TV (Channel 8).