The New York Times conducted a visual investigation on police use of force during a protest in Philadelphia in June 2020. The reporters use overhead video footage, numerous recordings from mobile phones on the ground, the video of a police car dash cam, area maps, interviews with protesters, and police documents. The visual investigation nicely illustrates the type of reconstruction scientists are able to today to analyze complex crowd events by triangulating video and other types of data  – similar to what Anne Nassauer did in her 2019 book “Situational Breakdowns: Understanding Protest Violence and other Violent Outcomes”.