PHOENIX - More than 30 hours of police body cam video, surveillance footage, cell phone video and even helicopter shots reveal different angles of the protests which happened Aug. 22 in Phoenix.

These clips were requested by 12 News as part of a public records request and amidst a lawsuit filed by the ACLU, claiming Phoenix PD was refusing to release public records from that night.

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The department is investigating its use of force by officers who deployed pepper balls and gas as a way to subdue the protests.