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Originally posted by Thurisaz
Not all homicides are released to the public!
As for cctv...it is a placebo...
it didn't reduce crime, it just moved it
Originally posted by mikell
I have several cameras on my property and caught some kids tearing up a camper. called the police and he didn't want to look at the video. Basically said if he didn't see it then it wasn't a crime. Ok I'll handle it next time I told him. I have a backhoe so it shouldn't be an issue.
CCTV is inadmissible? working for a law firm and having worked with public transport offices and such I can say that in almost every case CCTV counts for a great deal, especially if the person arrested is caught doing a crime or leaving an area. I got 0 issues with CCTV in cities and towns.
Originally posted by Agit8dChop
reply to post by Theprimordialocker
what the hell?
I got no idea where your coming from, but i was simply pointing out that through my work and my experience I can say with absolute certainty that the statement '' CCTV is inadmissible in court '' is incorrect, and it indeed is used more often than not with great success.
is that ok?
The Councils are well paid to endorse all this progress and even if we protest (that's a laugh.. folks grumble but protests are for the crazy hippy folks now.. that's how it's portrayed, so that's what the majority believes) they do whatever they want
problem is.. there's next to nobody left able to stand up, and those that are able to, risk everything so they don't.