Reporters from the New York Post, reportedly found an empty bottle with a bleach odor after retracing Jussie Smollett's path the night of the attack.
"We have no reason to doubt the statements, but for a criminal investigation, we need to independently confirm the phone records", Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi told The Post on Sunday. Initially, Jussie did not want to report the crime to the police but he reluctantly did and now, he's finally released his phone records to the authorities.
Smollett told police he was on the phone with his manager Brandon Z. Moore during the alleged racist and homophobic attack he endured on January 29.
Guglielmi added to the station that the redactions in the PDF file from Smollett are "extreme" but do include the hour before the alleged attack. A source close to the actor told TMZ that that was never the case, however, and that Smollett said that he felt "uncomfortable" surrendering his phone when police "informally asked", but that they never brought up phone records. In the initial report, provided by Smollett's 60-year-old friend, Smollett was attacked by two men who were hollering homophobic and racial slurs.
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"I don't believe it happened the way he said it did", Muhammad said. "Despite my frustrations and deep concern with certain inaccuracies and misrepresentations that have been spread, I still believe that justice will be served".
However, the Chicago Police Department appears to be dismissing the evidence because they didn't find it, "It's unclear if that is related to the incident as it was not discovered during any of the earlier canvasses but we took it for analysis". That call log will be analyzed and detectives may be in contact with Smollett again should they have more questions. "They have cameras everywhere".
Threatening letters directed at Smollett were reportedly sent to Fox Studios in Chicago a week before. "Why can't they find the attack?"
Clearly, that anonymous person is delusional, since incidents like the Laquan McDonald murder to 15 men exonerated for false arrests show Chicago is far from "the most liberal city", which has an epic history of racism.