UPDATE: The video has been released. See it here.

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The video of Jarveon Hudspeth being fatally shot by deputies will be released soon, Shelby County District Attorney Steve Mulroy said Tuesday morning during a press conference.

Mulroy said they plan to release an edited version of the video, which will show the most important parts, possibly by the end of the week. The family has already viewed the footage.

“I would like to get the relevant portions of the video published to the public as soon as possible without jeopardizing the integrity of the investigation,” he said.

When describing the video, Mulroy said, “The video will speak for itself… There were questions about the use of the word ‘dragged.’ I don’t think that is an accurate description.”

Mulroy added he does not know if they will be pressing charges against the deputy involved in the shooting, and the investigation is not complete.

Additionally, the District Attorney talked about his office partnering with the city of Memphis’ Gun Violence Intervention Program. They will now make an effort to refer cases and he believes it will cut down on repeat offenders.

The cases dropped by the officers involved in Tyre Nichols’ death were mostly traffic stops that led to drug arrests.

In regard to the new Downtown crime plan, Mulroy said he does not know all the details. However, he said when it comes to reckless driving moving to a new area, there’s always the danger to push crime to elsewhere. But that’s not a reason to not try it.