Judge blocks release of Alvin Motley shooting movie

Judge Louis Montesi Jr. has issued a momentary restraining order blocking the release of online…

Judge Louis Montesi Jr. has issued a momentary restraining order blocking the release of online video of the taking pictures of Alvin Motley Jr., according to the Nashville District Attorney’s Business.

Montesi has said a ruling on the issue will be issued future Tuesday, the District Attorney’s Office stated.

This follows a filing Monday in which the point out claimed it planned to launch the video to the general public and to Motley’s father on Sept. 3, barring any buy from the judge. Attorneys for Gregory Livingston, the protection guard charged with second-diploma murder, experienced requested a protective purchase towards the video clip remaining launched.

Montesi’s business reported he has not introduced an order and does not want to remark on a pending case.

Motley was shot and killed on Aug. 7 at the Kroger Gas Heart, 6600 Poplar Ave., near the East Memphis and Germantown line.