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Sarah_Bellum
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16. "This has a lot more implications than people understand."
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Thu Dec-18-14 05:10 PM by Sarah_Bellum

  

          

Every time a cop walks into your home with a camera you've provided them with a recording they can go back to 6 months later and review for "probably cause" to get a warrant to go back and search again. This is bad!!!! We're about to give away the protection from illegal search and seizure like it's a candy bar... without so much as a thought.

Now, imagine when your next governor elect, mayor or attorney general campaigns to pass legislation that the police don't like. Release a little footage and campaign over, careers over, even if a crime was not actually committed. You see how the NYPD and St. Louis police are already threatening to leave people unprotected in retaliation for calls for reforms and prosecution. Demanding apologies from foot ball players etc. Now imagine they've got hours and hours of video of every citizen that ever had contact with them at their finger tips. Now they'll say, "oh, the data will never get leaked and we have this protection and that protection to prevent it" but um... do you trust the same guys that are literally threatening the public because they want them to stop murdering people are going to hold true to that?
I don't...

You see that we don't prosecute even when there is video... yet some how video is the solution.

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Did we get duped into asking for police body cameras? [View all] , legsdiamond, Thu Dec-18-14 03:36 PM
 
Subject Author Message Date ID
COPS GONE WILD V1 in stores now!
Dec 18th 2014
1
"Officer...why aren't you facing me?" *MOLLYWOP*
Dec 18th 2014
2
see, this is why i dont like books because mf'ers BE writing stuff
Dec 18th 2014
3
classic pacification tactic.
Dec 18th 2014
4
who asked for police body cameras though?
Dec 18th 2014
5
Absolutely
Dec 18th 2014
6
These are in use in a few places
Dec 18th 2014
7
      This is the law that's really needed...
Dec 18th 2014
15
They keep cops from being complete dickheads
Dec 18th 2014
8
lol, I know I wasn't there but I doubt it was the body camera
Dec 19th 2014
40
what's the downside?
Dec 18th 2014
9
they gonna do the same thing that street cameras do
Dec 18th 2014
10
People can still record cops body camera or not
Dec 18th 2014
11
i don't see anything wrong with having them
Dec 18th 2014
12
Everytime something bad happens we blindly scream
Dec 18th 2014
13
i ain't even think of all that
Dec 18th 2014
14
      i personally don't trust the police re: anything
Dec 18th 2014
18
      Your imagination going a bit wild
Dec 18th 2014
26
           They are not legislating them though
Dec 18th 2014
27
                police officers here have no access to the footage on body cams
Dec 18th 2014
28
                     What I'm saying is... don't trust it.
Dec 18th 2014
30
                          How about we just cross that bridge when we get there
Dec 18th 2014
32
                               because some bells can't be unrung...
Dec 19th 2014
35
                                    wow, you just broke shit down
Dec 19th 2014
38
                                    all of this
Dec 19th 2014
41
dude.....
Dec 18th 2014
22
^^^^^yup yup
Dec 18th 2014
25
I never thought of any of this, and I agree with all of it
Dec 19th 2014
37
strong points
Dec 19th 2014
42
Watching men die and black men in particular
Dec 18th 2014
17
the cameras may also provide video that will be used in court
Dec 18th 2014
19
while you play Mr Conspiracy, i'll play Mr. Shit Won't Make a Difference...
Dec 18th 2014
20
^^
Dec 18th 2014
21
what about the (proven) efficacy of dash cams?
Dec 18th 2014
23
that footage is commonly used as evidence in DUI cases.
Dec 18th 2014
29
cameras supplied by Halliburton...
Dec 18th 2014
24
We're about to see black people acting a fool. POV style
Dec 18th 2014
31
seems like it may be better to have gopros on them long sticks
Dec 18th 2014
33
those Walmart cameras sure helped
Dec 18th 2014
34
i think about if there were cameras recording all of my interactions
Dec 19th 2014
36
I think dead battery has already been used
Dec 19th 2014
39

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