Transcript for Family of Andrew Brown Jr. views more video of deadly encounter
Back here at home tonight, the family of Andrew brown Jr. Before the cameras just moments ago, speaking out after being allowed to see more of that police body camera video this afternoon. Here's ABC's Victor Oquendo. Reporter: It's been nearly three weeks since Andrew brown Jr. Was shot and killed by deputies in North Carolina. Tonight, we're hearing from his family right after watching the videos they've been calling for. What we saw on that video was an unjustified killing. Reporter: While the footage has not been released publicly, they say they were able to watch six videos, five of them were body cameras. We were able to see Mr. Brown sitting in his vehicle as he was ambushed. We did not see any actions on Mr. Brown's part where he made contact with them or tried to go in their direction. Reporter: The district attorney reviewed hours of video and in court two weeks ago, he said brown hit deputies with his car. As it backs up, it does make contact with law enforcement officers. The next movement of the car is it is in the direction of law enforcement and makes contact with law enforcement. It is then and only then that you hear shots. There's no way that this could be justified. There's no way possible. Reporter: A judge ruled brown's family could only watch about 20 minutes of the videos, but there's more than two hours of footage from the incident. The videos could be released public by by the end of the month. David? All right, Victor, thank you.
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