@GFColeman is now needling Adkins on whether the family was allowed to keep the video and who else the video was sent to.
"In that messy, data dump disk was the video in that disk?"
Adkins: "I don't know that it wasn't"
"Do you think that's an appropriate way to give information to a legislator?"
Adkins reiterating that it was an ongoing investigation.
Coleman says the dashcam video "isn't why we're here."
"He says, 'I will light you up' when all she's holding is a cell phone. So you 'light people up' for filming?"
Adkins: The evidence was handled in such a way so that it was not corrupted.
Adkins: I don't see any evidence of why he would've been.
McCraw: There's no question he was not in fear of his life. We know that.
Adkins: "The cell phone video was turned over by Waller County." He adds that the cell phone video was given to Ms. Bland's counsel.
Adkins: We're presuming he didn't look for it.
Coleman: We’re going to have another hearing. I know we have to.
McCraw: We didn't do a file dump.
Coleman, interjects: Any reasonable person will say that's exactly what you did.
Adkins: I know the counsel who represented us were easily able to find the video.
Adkins said it was given to them. The family attorneys (who aren't here, per my knowledge) say they never saw the video.
@AlexHD37: When you had the 39-second video, did you make that request as well?
McCraw says they didn't.
McCraw: I don't know that we did, but I don't know that we didn't.
McCraw: "No sir." He says he became aware of it months later, but can’t nail down an exact timeline.
"We are conceding that it was not indexed. That is my understanding."
@RepThierry146 says the omission of an index about what was on Bland's phone *could be* how her lawyers didn't see the 39-second video.