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What was said in Vanessa Bryant's trial against the police officers who took the photos of the helicopter crash

What was said in Vanessa Bryant's trial against the police officers who

Vanessa Bryant wept continuously in the courtroom held yesterday in federal court. She is suing the sheriffs and firefighters on duty when the tragic helicopter crash occurred on January 26, 2020.

In the helicopter, the basketball star, her husband Kobe Bryant, their 13-year-old daughter and 7 mutual friends. All died as a result of the helicopter crash.

8 months after the tragic accident, Vanessa sued the first responders to the scene, as she claims they took photos of the dismembered bodies, severed heads, and partially burned flesh of her loved ones.

Vanessa's lawyers claim that the sheriffs shot them with their personal phones and distributed them to the department for fun. They even go so far as to claim that someone told them to brag about a meeting with a woman, as if to say: I was the first on the scene.

They have a video of a sheriff shortly after the incident, sitting in a bar, taking out his phone and telling the bartender something. They claim to be footage from the accident scene.

On the other hand, the lawyers of the indicted party say that none of the photo or video material that Vanessa claims has been made public. Nothing exists on the network. As long as there is no image there is no reason according to them to raise these claims. Photos are taken for investigative purposes only and every effort has been made to ensure that none fall into the wrong hands.

"The district employees took advantage of the accident. They took and shared photos of Kobe and Gianna as souvenirs. ...They threw salt into an incurable wound," Vanessa's lawyers say.