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The family of Corey Jones expressed a mix of optimism and skepticism a day after the case was sent to a grand jury.
Holding a news conference Thursday outside the Palm Beach County Courthouse, family members said they want transparency, but "everybody in the African-American community is leery of the grand jury process."
"There are inconsistencies from statements made in the evidence that we now know there are audio recordings that do exist," said Jones attorney Benjamin Crump. "We've asked, we've pried but they would not tell us what was on that [audio] recording."
Jones' family said they've been reassured that justice will be sought with "passion" and that makes them optimistic.
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