The commissioner said there is some information that can't be shared with the public. He would not address many of the rumors and inuendo floating about the case; in fact, council members who fielded questions from the public didn't even ask Bealefeld to answer many of them. One was about the woman who as in Harris' car when he was shot. Many speakers, including Harris' mother Sylvia, demanded to know who she was and whether she is helping police. Bealefeld, rightly, said it that he can't talk about a witness -- especially after listening to a litany of complaints about how witnesses don't feel safe.