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So it's justified to put hands on a disabled elderly lady and drag her out of her car and across the ground, literally, just bc she was upset and had a bit of an attitude?
Originally posted by SilverStarGazer
reply to post by WhisperingWinds
Ok I get it now... You feel bad but ultimately violence is acceptable in any situation when someone doesn't do exactly what a LEO says. I gotcha.
Originally posted by Zarniwoop
reply to post by abeverage
Huh...Since when and where do cops wear cameras now? I am on the fence with this and this video.
Is this a good thing keeping police honest or will it increasingly condition us to get used to confrontations and power control resulting in an arrest or worse?
If the police are going to do this, I think they should be required to disclose the fact that you are being videotaped (maybe the do?)
It's safe to say that they are saving these videos in a database somewhere in conjunction with other personal information.
I wonder what they do with videos and other personal information involving incidents that don't result in a violation?
License, registration, video = tracking database?