I'm sure all of these issues will be addressed at the meeting.

We don't even know if we have a crime.

We know where she's at and will be progressing in the investigation.

As to how much restraint, it is my understanding that it was not dramatic or unusual. They stand beside them or put them on the ground or put them against a wall. They do not hit them or knock them over, nothing physically violent.

We haven't got a clue why he died. He'd only been there for two hours.

We can't comment on an ongoing investigation. They're free to say whatever they want.