The Phoenix Police Department is out with more than 900 videos recorded during protests of President Donald Trump's visit to Phoenix in August.
Videos in the release range from traffic camera videos, police body cam videos and random videos collected from the public. The video dump is a response to an ACLU lawsuit over the department's ongoing investigation into tactics used during the protest. The lawsuit claimed that the police department had been holding onto public records for too long. Phoenix Police plan to release the results of its internal investigation within the next few weeks.