LAS VEGAS (KSNV & MyNews3) -- Sheriff Doug Gillespie has shared his thoughts about the district attorney's decision to go behind the doors of a grand jury hearing in a video to the officers he supervises.
Gillespie, however, won't share the video with his supervisors -- the public.
The grand jury itself is a secret process where jurors will decide whether the Metro officer who shot and killed veteran Stanley Gibson should face criminal charges.
Both Gibson's wife and the head of the police union say the video the sheriff made should be made public.
News 3's Marissa Mike learned the sheriff's decision to stay tight-lipped is adding to mounting frustration with the closed door process.