TAMPA - "He loved to ride. He was awesome at it," said Steve Friedel.
27-year old Keith Williamson was a stunt motorcyclist and skilled four-wheeler rider. His family says his tricks landed him in commercials.
"I rode many times with him," he said.
So when his brother got the news he died after crashing his motorcycle into the back of a parked highway patrol car, he was stunned.
"I've heard so many stories of what went down, that I just want to know what really happened. If he screwed up fine, let us know," he said.
Florida Highway Patrol is investigating and Friday afternoon they say new interviews with eyewitnesses shed new light on the case. Investigators now say the Florida Highway Patrol cruiser was not parked on the side of the road, it was moving when Williamson hit it.
It says Clearwater Police clocked Williamson and two other bikers going 127-miles per hour headed eastbound on the Courtney Campbell Causeway Wednesday night. Officers say there was never a pursuit-- that they flashed their emergency lights and followed for a short time before giving-up.
"I think he was running from them, he and a couple of buddies and they tried to box him in and the front one hit the breaks and he slammed into the back of him," said Friedel.
But, ABC Action News has uncovered several sources who say they witnessed an aggressive police chase that night on the bridge and that police were so close to the bikers, it was dicey.
"He was right on top of the motorcycles," said eyewitness Mark Blanchard.
Blanchard said he saw what appeared to be two Clearwater Police cruisers and a Florida Trooper right behind Williamson and two other bikers at speeds topping 100-miles an hour.
"To be that close was a very dangerous situation," said Blanchard.
We've requested dash cam video from Florida Highway Patrol and Clearwater Police who say they won't release it until the investigation is complete.
Williamson's brother says his family deserves to see it.
"Are they gonna release this? Will they release it and who will push to get it? I saw the internet video on Channel 28 last night and I said, well at least somebody is asking for it," said Friedel.
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