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Saturday, August 23, 2014

Would body cameras (lapel camera, Google Glass, etc.) protect innocent cops and innocent citizens?

Portions of the debate are HERE, HERE, HERE, and HERE.

My vote is for wiring all local, state, and federal law enforcement officers to record sight and sound, with no exceptions.


4 comments:

Dan said...

Agreed. Far too much skulduggery apparent in too many places.

dmurray said...

I propose this for legislators.

Start with the innovators in California, then confirm with New York, Massachusetts, Delaware and Illinois state houses.

The ballot boxes will respond well.

Wilson said...

I’m sure it would help a lot but I am also sure that we will always have issues.

Pumice said...

My response was along the lines of dmurray except I would start with the president and work my way down.

Grace and peace.