Update 2:50 p.m.
Peter Jon Shuler reports that Sharon Woo from the District Attorney's Office said at a press conference this afternoon that the case cited by attorney Scott Sugarman, mentioned in the 1:40 p.m. update, was not dismissed because of the video he cites, but because of concern over revealing the name of an informant.
However she said the D.A.'s office is reviewing cases involving the accused squad of officers as part of the process of determining whether to drop them or not.
Update 1:40 p.m.: Peter Jon Shuler reports the following from the Public Defender's press conference today:
A private attorney named Scott Sugarman has come forward with a fourth video, the third from a surveillance camera at the Henry Hotel.
Sugarman said the video involves the same squad of plainclothes police accused of illegal misconduct during arrests. The case, like the other three, was dropped by the District Attorney's Office. The video, Sugarman said, reveals a discrepancy between what the suspect was wearing and the description of that clothing in police reports, a factor in the case against the accused.