Bryant’s widow, Vanessa Bryant, said on Saturday that the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department wanted to change the names of representatives who allegedly killed their husbands, daughters and seven other people by taking pictures at the scene of the helicopter crash.
She wrote in an Instagram story on Saturday afternoon: “The Sheriff’s Department wants to modify the name of the representative who took and/or shared photos with my husband, daughter and other victims.”
According to the Los Angeles Times, her lawyer this week amended the representatives of four Los Angeles County sheriffs, accusing them of the helicopter crash site and the remains of Kobe Bryant and 1
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The newspaper stated that county-level lawyers argued that revealing the names of representatives will make their addresses and other personal information public, which may make them targets of hackers and others who wish to harm them.
According to a report last year by the Associated Press, the Department of Homeland Security is encouraging police officers across the country to improve their online security due to fears that police officers will be deceived.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) report stated that the agency “has moderate confidence that network participants may continue to target law enforcement personnel.”
Last year, 43 law enforcement officers were killed in the performance of their duties, while another 43 were killed in the previous year.
Vanessa Bryant (Vanessa Bryant) argued on Saturday that “anyone else facing charges will be unprotected, appointed and released to the public”.
She wrote: “Not all law enforcement is bad.” “These specific representatives must be responsible for their actions like everyone else.”
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She initially sued the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department in September, demanding compensation for her negligence, invasion of privacy and deliberate mental distress.
Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva said last year that he ordered eight representatives to delete graphic images taken at the crash site.
Villanueva told NBC News in March: “That is my priority, to ensure that these photos no longer exist.” “We identified the representatives involved, they came to the station themselves and admitted that they had taken them away. And deleted them. Moreover, we are satisfied that those representatives did.”
California Governor Gavin Newsom (Gavin Newsom) signed a bill in September that makes first responders improperly take pictures of crime scenes for any reason other than official law enforcement purposes.
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On a cloudy morning last year, Kobe Bryant, his daughter and six others were heading to the Mamba Sports Academy in Ventura County when their helicopter crashed on a hillside in Calabasas, northwest of Los Angeles. on.
An investigator from the National Transportation Safety Board said in a report earlier this month that the pilot Ara Zobayan lost his position as he traversed the clouds and believed that he was actually rising while in banking.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.