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Originally posted by Icarus Rising
The article says the video of the incident was turned over to the DEA. Who's to say there wasn't a copy made beforehand?
As a matter of fact, I'm almost sure that will be the DEA's defense.
Well then that will surely be tested in court won't it?
If it turns out there was another copy made he will surely have grounds to sue the other party, or perhaps the DEA still, for their other agents allowing a situation where this agent was compromised in such a way?
Originally posted by WolfofWar
Wouldn't this video tape ,seeing it was made by someone, and not stolen, be considered freedom of speech?
Originally posted by darkelf
2. If he is an undercover agent, why is he blowing his own cover by going into the community and telling them he is a DEA agent?
3. If he is an undercover agent, why is he allowing himself to be video taped?
Originally posted by NotClever
Well duh....all undercover DEA agents wear t-shirts with DEA printed on them.