(Minneapolis, MN) — The ACLU of Minnesota and Minneapolis NAACP today filed a lawsuit today (TUE) against the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension to force the release of footage from the fatal police shooting of Jamar Clark. The Minnesota ACLU’s Chuck Samuelson says “the public has been waiting and waiting to find out what happened. It’s enough. It’s time.” And Nekima Levy-Pounds with the NAACP says there’s been a “huge breach of trust” between Minneapolis Police and the African-American community. Activists and community members have been calling for the release of the tapes since Clark’s shooting on November 15th of last year. Some witnesses at the scene say Clark was handcuffed and unarmed when he was shot. The BCA has said they will not release any videos until their investigation is complete.