Jones' mother, Beverly Jones, said family members had seen the tapes. She knew police were releasing the tapes, even though the family didn't want them to.
"But it doesn't matter how the family feels," she said. "The media just wants it, and that's it."
Patricia Harrison, Good's mother, said she had no idea police were releasing the videos Friday. She doesn't think she'll ever watch them.
"I really don't care if the public watches it," she said. "I want the whole world to see that they murdered my son. I really am OK with it, because I don't have any choice."
Danny Jones said at Friday's news conference that they did not want the Good family to attend.
"We were certainly not going to notify Brian Good's family," he said. "We didn't want this to turn into a circus."
Jones said he wanted the news conference to have an atmosphere where reporters could study and learn what happened.
Kanawha County Sheriff Mike Rutherford said the videos were difficult for him, and for all the police involved, to watch.
Police have done everything they can to get information to the public while balancing the needs of their ongoing investigation, he said.
"We're hiding nothing," he said.
Charleston Police Chief Brent Webster said his department had an internal investigation and an inquiry by the department's deadly force review board to do.
He said that every time he watches the videos, he sees something else his officers did right.
"It's as difficult to watch today as it was the first day," he said.
"To me, it was a reign of terror," Danny Jones said. "When Lt. Eric Johnson said [at Jones' funeral] that the officers' actions were flawless, I'm right there with him."
Harold Albertson, Harrison's lawyer, said he was under the impression from conversations with officials on Thursday that police were not going to release the videos until after the sheriff's investigation was completed.
He said he has retained an expert to conduct an independent evaluation of the circumstances.
"We'll take it one step at a time from there," he said.
Staff writer Rusty Marks contributed to this report. Reach Gary A. Harki at gha...@wvgazette.com or 304-348-5163.