The White House says it does not yet have photos of LaMar Johnson’s killing by the Bureau of Land Management in Nevada last month.
But the bureau’s official statement says it is releasing those photographs “in response to requests from law enforcement agencies and local officials.”
A BLM spokesperson said the agency “will continue to provide additional information” when it releases them.
BLM is the U.S. agency charged with protecting land.
In the meantime, Johnson’s family and activists are demanding the release of the images.
Johnson’s father told The Associated Press the family believes they have “full control” over the photographs. Read more