Video of Jussie Smollett With Rope Around His Neck Released by Police

(ZH Op-Ed) — Just a few short days after a Chicago judge approved a special prosecutor to review how Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx handled the Jussie Smollett case, body camera video of Chicago Police Department officers entering Smollett’s apartment the night the attack was reported has been released.

While it is not known how long after Smollett’s “attack” this footage took place, if there is one thing that stands out… He still has rope around his neck!

While the audio quality is not great, one officer can clearly be heard asking Smollett in a somewhat shocked way, “you want to take it off or anything?”

Additionally, CPD has released footage of the Osundairo brothers on their way to meet Smollett on the night of the “attack”…

We wonder what Michelle Obama would make of all this?


By Tyler Durden | ZeroHedge.com

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