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BAKERSFIELD — The FBI launched an investigation Tuesday into the death of a man who was beaten by authorities amid questions over whether officials tampered with cellphone videos confiscated from witnesses.
Kern County Sheriff Donny Youngblood said he asked the FBI to get involved after learning that one of two phones seized from witnesses had no footage on it.
Originally posted by winofiend
There should be a service (nopt sure if there is actually) that lets you stream your video direct to an online server.
So they can nick your phone all they like, the evidence is already on the net.
I swear every time I read or hear about this sort of thing, seeing it just makes me want to puke... they know exactly what they're doing and they don't want it spread about. Well it's getting very very short on everyones limits...
last time I mentioned what I'd do in such a situation, I got a u2u with a naughty naughty.
Originally posted by Observor
reply to post by akalepos
I wonder how it would have played out if someone in the neighborhood would have taken his 10 round magazine toy out and rescued the victim? I figure shoot all the cops dead so they can tell no lies. I wonder how a Jury would have treated it?
What makes you think there will ever be a trial? Isn't it likely he will die while in custody? If someone whose alleged offence has been public intoxication and "resisting arrest" could be killed by cops in the open street and all the video evidence (that they know of) confiscated, what are the chances of someone who killed cops surviving in custody and go to trial?
The only time you can expect such a reaction is when there is a civil war.
Originally posted by Reaper2137
Answer the question on the site, its one question and it won't make you do any thing else. Its easy.