Tulsa police releases 911 recordings sought by Tulsa World

BY ANDREA EGER, TULSA WORLD Published: September 13, 2013

The Tulsa Police Department has released 911 recordings previously denied to the Tulsa World by the city’s legal department.

“The entire issue over the 911 call involving the Oklahoma Highway Patrol shooting has become a tempest in a teapot,” said Chief Chuck Jordan in a media statement Friday afternoon.

A Thursday Tulsa World story detailed the newspaper’s struggle to obtain recordings of emergency calls made Sept. 1 after a fatal shooting at the Best Budget Inn. Read the rest of this story and listen to the audio at tulsaworld.com.

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