Cops reject phone records
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12.02.2014 07:52 PST
Jussie Smollett submitted critical phone records to the Chicago police, but these records were rejected because they are not the real deal Jussie turned two weeks after his alleged attack as heavily revised PDF File his phone bill. According to our sources, a PDF document can be manipulated. This means that numbers can be added or deleted. However, the police quickly point out that there is no evidence that they have actually been manipulated. The problem … the only solid, irrefutable proof is either the actual phone bill or a download from Jussie's phone.
As we reported, Jussie says he was on the phone with his then manager and the manager says he heard racial and homophobic epithets . Chicago PD wants the phone records to authenticate a call. They asked Jussie about the documents two weeks ago and received the PDF Monday.
According to police, there are cameras all around Jussies, but there is still a 60-second gap You do not see the "Empire" star. So far there is no video about the attack.
According to our sources, the police have also retrieved security videos from nearby stores to see if anyone bought rope at the time of the incident. The police are checking the video.
Police say Jussie remains cooperative and treat him as a victim of hate crimes.
As you know, Jussie says his assailants have tied a rope around his neck … The police say there is a video of Jussie with a rope around his neck in the lobby. They do not say if the rope is around the outside of the building because they say it will interfere with the investigation.