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Tonight on The Kelly File, Megyn Kelly clashed with guest Andell Brown over the Baltimore County police's accounting of the death of Korryn Gaines and wounding of her 5-year-old son after a standoff Monday that lasted several hours.

Brown said that due to previous instances of police reports being disproved by video evidence, there is an issue with transparency and trust.

"In a situation like this a picture’s worth a thousand words and a video is priceless," he said.

"But look at her," Kelly said, while Instagram video from two weeks ago showed Gaines loading a shotgun. "This is her with the gun. This is her with the shotgun...That's on video."

Brown responded, "That's what we're told, it's not what we see."

Kelly fired back: "What? I am looking at it right now."

Brown said the police should have been using bodycameras. Kelly responded that they just got the cameras and are still working on implementing them.

"How much more can we see?" Kelly asked, while video played from yesterday showing a SWAT officer standing in the hallway outside Gaines' apartment. "We are seeing...this is video from the moment this went down."

"We've seen one perspective," Brown said.

Watch the full segment above.


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