He's saying the camera didn't record Jennings' thoughts.
What the camera did capture was him standing right there with his head facing the arrestee. The fallacy, so to speak, is to contend that, I don't know, he was sleeping at the time? If the officer has evidence other than recollection (proven imperfect) to counter the video and prove he didn't see anything, he should have provided it.
Gotta love Moran not even remembering the start of the beating. Rage blackouts must be a fun hobby of his.
Of course, the government and intelligence agencies get to make up their own definitions of "leading," "directing," "efforts," "selecting," and, "direction," so who knows what their statement is intended to convey.
James Clapper is the George Zimmerman of Intelligence.