A Video discharged by Rosemont police on Friday demonstrates 19 year old Kenneka Jenkins staggering alone through a betrayed lodging kitchen and disappearing around a corner the last time she was seen alive. 

 In spite of the fact that it doesn’t catch her entering the walk-in freezer where her body was discovered, video taken by what seems, by all accounts, to be a motion activated camera demonstrates that nobody else came into that range until the point when her body was found.

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Town authorities revealed the video following 19 days of rumors about the demise of the 19-year-old Chicago girl and pressure by group activists disappointed with the investigation.

Lawyers Larry Rogers Jr. what’s more, Sam Adam Jr., who speak to Jenkins’ family, said at a news gathering on Friday evening that they will lead their own particular investigation and maybe look for a second examination.

Adam said, The hotel “never checked.

They never sought, they never did anything while a youthful, 19-year-old muddled young lady was sitting in their freezer,” “Presently there must be a response to how that happened. Even better, there must be a response to why that happened.”

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On Friday evening, the town released six video cuts from the early morning of Sept. 9, when Jenkins disappeared.

The initial two recordings, from early Saturday, demonstrate Jenkins, her stride relentless, walking with three others through an open piece of the inn.

However, in the following clasp, around 2 hours after the fact, she gets off a lift alone, so precarious she needs to help herself on a divider.

After two minutes, in another clasp, she reels down a passage.

At that point she meanders around another section, unmistakably perplexed. Finally, she totters through a vacant kitchen, around a corner and outside of anyone’s ability to see her.


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