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Originally posted by CodexSinaiticus
reply to post by ModernAcademia
Great video thanks for posting.
I guess his career (Stossel) has improved from his early "investigative journalism" days.
Originally posted by skull_bones
Yep, Im aware.
I live in illinois.
Its actually illegal in three states right now, Illinois, Maryland, and Massachusetts.
I was just going by how the constitution defines expectation of privacy, which doesnt mean much these days.
Originally posted by nyk537
Originally posted by citizen3273676
if cops werent doing anything wrong they wouldnt mind being filmed!
That's funny you say that. I've made that argument myself...not only about this but about other things.
Interesting though the same people who will make that statement will say its a friggin travesty to have police or government film "them"....even if they aren't doing anything wrong.
It should go both ways.
Originally posted by CaIypso
Even if it did become illegal i would still record police
Originally posted by redhawk724
i bet we'd all lose our jobs if there were cameras on us all the time.
let's all be accountable here.
if you're going to condemn the police, which i'm not speaking against (i'm glad these so called "cops" were caught in the act and brought down), than by God you had better be perfect.
Where does it start if not inside of YOU?
1. No cameras or audio equipment may be used at any time in the court's lobby or anywhere in the public area of the court's leased premises;