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(Fox News)   Police departments oppose the use of body cameras on their officers ... Because of what might NOT be recorded   (foxnews.com) divider line 5
    More: Ironic, high-definition video, Rialto, data storage device, United States Department of Justice, cameras  
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2014-03-16 03:21:14 PM
2 votes:
Hey police, if you don't do anything wrong, you have nothing to hide. You couldn't possibly be bothered by 100% surveillance uptime. I mean, that's what you tell us.
2014-03-16 03:49:00 PM
1 votes:
If I were a cop I would oppose as just being more stuff you have to carry . body armor, cuffs, baton, radio, gun, taser/mace, flashlight and now a body camera. For a cop that spends most of his time in a car not too bad but for a cop on regular foot patrol i think it can get to be too much.
2014-03-16 03:44:44 PM
1 votes:

CruiserTwelve: grinding_journalist: There is absolutely NO WAY that the police would say something specifically to appease the public when they're actually just covering their own asses down the road.

Sigh...

What's the point of a discussion when you're going to just yell "you lie!" when you hear something that opposes your viewpoint?


I'm not saying they're lying- in fact, I'm saying the opposite. I'm saying they're telling a "truth" (public privacy concerns) to get what they actually want (no surveillance of their activities).

Nice attempt to discredit the speaker, though. Nothing like a personal attack to sidestep an issue.
2014-03-16 03:32:51 PM
1 votes:

CruiserTwelve: So, according to the article, one of the concerns of police departments is that the cameras may jeopardize the privacy of the public. Yet you claim the police feel that the public's privacy isn't a concern when the article says just the opposite.


There is absolutely NO WAY that the police would say something specifically to appease the public when they're actually just covering their own asses down the road. Nothing like that has ever happened or been done by any organization or group.

/hope your detector isn't broken
2014-03-16 02:33:26 PM
1 votes:
Officer Glasshole?
 
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