“This same officer body slammed Miss Corley, stuck her head underneath the vehicle and completely pulled her pants off, leaving her naked and exposed in that Texaco parking lot,” said Cammack. And according to the video, which Fox 26 has fully reviewed, the probing went on for at least 11 excruciating minutes before Corley was allowed to emerge from beneath the car and cover her naked body. We asked Harris County prosecutor Natasha Sinclair if “cavity searching” suspects in public constitutes a criminal offense. Fox 26 has learned charges were dismissed against the deputies on August 4th, the very day the case was set for trial and within minutes rapidly re-presented to a grand jury, with what the DA’s office calls “new evidence” which must remain “secret”. Cammack will release the full video on Monday and is calling for an independent prosecutor, one that does not work for Harris County which is being sued by Corely in Federal Court for violation of her civil rights.