The video goes on to demand the release of the officers’ names and their suspension, as well as dashcam footage from the investigation, and threatens to dox more employees of the Cumberland County prosecutor’s office, all officers hired by the Vineland Police Department, and begin cyber-attacks on their websites “for every hour” the officers are not suspended.
White, 32, died March 31 after being arrested by police responding to a call of a “disorderly person” on the 100 block of Grape Street in Vineland, New Jersey.
The Cumberland County Prosecutor’s Office and Vineland Police Department did not respond immediately to a request for comment.
Cellphone footage of the K-9 biting White as he lies prone on the street was released by a friend of White’s to NBC10.
Police say White had struggled with officers and tried to grab one of their guns before he was arrested.
Walter Hudson founder of the Jersey-based National Awareness Alliance has called for an investigation into White's death and said the names of the officers involved should be public record.
"It's necessary. I appreciate them for doing that," he said of the doxxing of the Jersey officers.
At 3 p.m. Tuesday, the Vineland Police Department posted recordings of the 911 call regarding White “yelling” on Grape Street and then communications from dispatch with officers responding to the calls.
An officer responding can be heard screaming “guy’s trying to grab my gun” at one point in the recordings.
In another recording officers and dispatch can be heard discussing that the subject is “hyper-ventilating.”
According to the Cumberland County Prosecutor's Office, "White was placed in an emergency vehicled to be transported to the hospital ... At some point during transport, White became unresponsive and CPR was instituted by medical personnel. White was pronounced dead at the hospital."
Vineland police chief Timothy Codispoti told the Daily Journal the release was only related to the high volume of requests for those calls that the department has received, and did not mention the doxxing of his officers or threats of Anonymous.
The New Jersey Fraternal Order of Police did not respond immediately to requests for comment.