Listen: Body camera video shows handcuffed man led by horseback
"New body cam video shows the controversy August arrest of a man who was handcuffed tethered to a rope and walk down the streets of Galveston by two cops on horseback sparking charges of racism CBS's Janet's family and has the update. the never before seen body cam video is about thirty minutes long and shows the initial rest of Donald me Lee who was handcuffed and tethered to a will walk and then walked on the streets of Galveston by two police officers on horseback the image of the controversial August to rescue working hours and charges of racism. instead of sending for a police car the officers walked nearly to the station one officer can be heard and knowledge in how it looks. nearly a mentally ill man who was once. good for criminal trespass. the officers were cleared of wrongdoing Galveston police say the practice of using wealth has been discontinued Janet Shamli and CBS"