Los Angeles: Detectives are reviewing a video related to Suge Knight's hit-and-run incident to help shed light on whether the music mogul was a murder or a victim in the case.
Knight remains in custody with his bail set at USD 2 million after turning himself in to authorities on Friday, reported TMZ online.
Knight's attorney James Blatt said that he would see the video obtained by detectives. However, sheriff's spokeswoman Nicole Nishida said the investigators "have made no such arrangements" with James nor did they plan to show it to him. The content of the video is still unknown.
The security camera trained at the parking lot of Tam's Burgers, where Knight, 49, allegedly hit and killed a man, wasn't working. Another security camera at a nearby Wells Fargo didn't face in the direction of Tam's parking lot.
According to Los Angeles County Sheriff's department, the former Death Row Record CEO is scheduled to appear before a court on February 3.