If you run up in a store with a sawed off and rob it, what's the first thing the police do when they realize you were caught on camera? Release the video. The difference here?
And there's more than video to be concerned with here. When these things happen it's almost as if they're trying to not solve the case. I'm only asking questions as we should in a democracy. None of this "with us or against us" crap, just because people want straight answers. Maybe the families would like to know how these things happened, but the media is too busy ramming cameras in their faces asking sh*t like "what kind of daughter was she" minutes after hearing she's dead. It's shameful.
thats not necessarily true. If they need help identifying the criminal they will most definitely release the video, just like in this case, if they dont need help, they wont.
yo real talk, im not trying to talk sh*t, but you have an unorganized train of thought, and you are mixing up information. no media member is asking the FBI "what kind of daughter was she." How does it seem, what evidence do you have, that they are trying to not solve the case? Did it ever cross your mind that you are asking questions, that in the current moment, the FBI has no answer to? Investigations take time and patience, and they cannot give up information that can risk the case.
You know what the problem is when you point a finger and claim someone of doing something? you have to have some evidence that supports your case