Prosecutors are reviewing accusations by a woman who says she was doing nothing wrong when Baltimore police used a stun gun on her, slammed her to the ground and called her a derogatory name.
She tells reporters she was driving home last March when she saw a handcuffed man on the ground. She then began recording with her cellphone.
In the video, several officers can be heard yelling at Mwamba to park. But she says police were blocking her. Soon after Mwamba can be heard yelling, "Why would you do that?" ''He's burning me," and "What did I do?"
A man is then heard calling Mwamba a derogatory name and saying she tried to run over an officer.