15-Year-Old Who Shot McKinney Pool Party Video Speaks Out
Since this was written, Casebolt resigned.
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MCKINNEY, TX – Brandon Brooks, the 15-year-old boy who shot the McKinney pool party video that’s being broadcast around the world, is telling his side of the story to NewsFix.
“The cops showed up and the parents immediately started yelling, ‘you need more cops, there’s too many of them.’ And most of the kids weren’t even involved,” Brooks explained. “It was a fight between a mom and girl, which had nothing to do with all the other kids that she apparently needed more cops for.”
That’s when Brooks says the officer, identified as Cpl. Eric Casebolt, arrived on the scene and flipped out.
“He trips and drops his flashlight. He’s going crazy, putting people in handcuffs, tackling people, slinging them on the ground,” Brooks said.
So, why wasn’t he handcuffed too?
“I was one of the only white people in the area when that was happening,” Brooks told NewsFix. “You…
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