"After we filed, we know there's been conversations between the county attorney and the district attorney's office," he said. Corley with the district attorney's office." READ ALSO: Trooper who conducted cavity search reinstated Kandice Webber, an activist with Black Lives Matter Houston, stood with Cammack and others saying they are demanding justice for Corley. Corley being criminalized and demonized over and over again," Webber said.
He also raised the specter that the District Attorney's Office was collaborating with the County Attorney's Office, which is representing the county in the lawsuit.
Attorney Sam Cammack, flanked by protesters and Black Lives Matter activists at a news conference Monday in front of the Harris County Criminal Courthouse, said the two deputies should be on trial instead of having their cases dismissed on the eve of trial.
In June 2015, Charnesia Corley was pulled over by Harris County deputies in northwest Houston for running a stop sign.
"She was never penetrated, she was never violated in that way or inappropriately handled." Mc Ilhenny said the full dashcam video and audio shows that Corley could be heard saying she had smoked marijuana earlier that day and that she had never had a driver's license.
Corley's pants fell down as she was resisting arrest because they were baggy, Mc Ilhenny said.