Update 3 p.m., May 27 The new Adachi video is now up on the Public Defender's YouTube site. Here's the description of it from the PD's office:
San Francisco Police report says "Inastrilla raised his right hand to his mouth and spit (E1) off-white rock wrapped in plastic, suspected base rock cocaine, into his palm. Inastrilla handed the rock to Hernandez and ordered. 'Give this to him.' Hernandez walked slightly west and told Officer Guerrero, 'Follow me.'"
In the video, Guerrero crosses the crosswalk (0:14) , then talks to Inastrilla (0:20). Inastrilla has his right hand on his cellphone and left hand in his pocket. He does not hand anything to Hernandez.
This case was dismissed after the Assistant District Attorney was shown the video and Guerrero said he could not find the drugs that were supposed to be evidence
In addition, Adachi released two affidavits from a husband and wife stating that police, during a search, took items from their house never booked into evidence. The items include a camera, two iPods and a cell phone. This is a similar charge to one made by the Public Defender last week, when he released security video he says shows police officers from Mission Station removing two bags from a residence, which were never booked into evidence.