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READ ALSO: 24 episodes of police abuse caught on camera Late Monday, Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez issued the following statement regarding the incident: I understand and respect the community's concerns regarding the parking lot search of a female suspect during a June 2015 traffic stop.

The deputies decided to do a manual body-cavity search while still in the parking lot, according to the complaint.Cammack filed a civil rights lawsuit on behalf of Charneshia Corley, contending the deputies violated her constitutional rights by conducting the roadside search."There has been no material change of fact," Cammack said.The video - which lasts approximately two hours - shows the largely polite encounter between Corley and the deputy.The view of the search is blocked by car doors, but Corley can be seen being placed on the ground without her pants, and with her legs pinioned an awkward position for more than 10 minutes while the female deputy shined a flashlight in the area.

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