Despite being handed copies of his statements, Allen couldn’t recall a single detail aside from acknowledging that he remembered meeting with the FBI.
When asked by Wymard if he gave conflicting statements to the FBI to disqualify himself as a witness, as Miles had testified the previous day, Allen said no, and maintained he was there to tell the truth.
Jordan Miles resumed giving his testimony during his cross examination that continued over from Thursday. Attorney Jim Wymard, representing officer Sisak, continued to bully Miles on the stand, insinuating multiple story changes from Miles over the years, in different depositions and testimony.
A very emotional day in court as Jordan Miles took the stand to share his story with the jury. Dozens of Jordan’s supporters once again packed the courtroom.
Jordan would spend six-and-a-half hours recounting how undercover officers jumped out at him, leading to a severe beating simply for walking down the street from his mother’s to his grandmother’s home.