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Thread: Should Videotaping the Police Really Be a Crime?

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    Re: Should Videotaping the Police Really Be a Crime?

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain America View Post
    Yeah and two of my cop buddies just got shot last week. You're welcome to your opinion but I know better. These guys work their ass off for a thankless job, shamefully underpaid, and have to put up with the ungrateful receipents of their unselfish efforts, such as yourself, all the while holding their tongue.

    There are a LOT sweeter deals out there to be had.
    I think this fellow doesn't know much about what he speaks.

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    Wow wow, look at all the small town police officers getting killed in the line of duty.

    But didn't the know it all JohnWOlin tell us this just doesn't happen?
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    Re: Should Videotaping the Police Really Be a Crime?

    I know man. I almost didn't even respond to him it was so rediculous. But when people dis our troops or our cops, they get sideways with me. I get baited in everytime.

    Good news is, both of my bud's are gonna be alright.

    WEST ALLIS, Wis. (WTAQ) - A 23-year-old man accused of shooting two West Allis police officers is in critical condition.

    The incident Saturday morning started as the officers tried to stop a driver who had run a red light. When the car drove away, those officers followed department policy and didn't chase it, but they found the vehicle later. When they tried to arrest the suspect, he opened fire, wounding both officers as they fired back.

    Both officers and the suspect were taken to a nearby hospital. The officers injuries are not thought to be life-threatening. The arrested man is said to be a felon who is wanted for a parole violation. He has a history of criminal offenses.

    Be careful out there Caine. When you least expect it, there you are. You and your brotherhood are always in my prayers.
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    Re: Should Videotaping the Police Really Be a Crime?

    Quote Originally Posted by Orion View Post
    It's interesting that wire tapping laws are cited with video taping police, when in those same laws it requires all parties to be notified that they are being phone tapped in order to give them the opportunity to place their own recording devices for the sake of consistent evidence. This of course doesn't count for discreet investigations, and then it requires a warrant.

    Are police obtaining a warrant everytime they video tape me from their cop car? I didn't think so. They're out in public, and they serve the public.
    Don't we all assume we are being video taped whenever we are out on the street?

    Does the law cover surveilance cameras that are on every building and on every corner?

    How could this guy and his camera be any different than any other camera on the street taping the same movements?

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