johnnycee Wrote: The question here in Philly is why is the ACLU is in opposition to the body camera's when the local Fraternal of Police is not?? Well it seems the ACLU is concerned that when officers have to enter a private residence in response to a call that they may inadvertently violate the home owners 1st.. Amendment Rights to privacy because the camera would constitute an illegal search, so you could expand that thought to a car stop as the 1st. Amendment applies to a private vehicle, unless something is in a plain sight or there is probable cause to search further, but not what the camera's catch, gets kind of convoluted when the lawyers take over.
johnnycee Wrote: Please don't reply to my posts as you and I differ on too many points.
L.A. Citizen Wrote: For the Donuts....I think it starts with all the wasted tax dollars at Yum Yums donut shop...
jaredsxtn Wrote:L.A. Citizen Wrote: For the Donuts....I think it starts with all the wasted tax dollars at Yum Yums donut shop... Ha. I can't say I've ever heard of Yum Yums, but we do have the world famous 'Voodoo Doughnut' here in Portland.
Dutch Wrote:To get back to the camera's; it won't work. Why, they will certainly tinker with it. there must be an 'off" button on it somewhere; or destroy the whole camrera or make sure it does not download. As I said many times camera's don't work if you do not change the training or culture drastically. Sure you can make nice pictures, but that does not make the dead one's alive again. Sorry to say it is the continuous clash between cultures/race which has to be resolved including the training and interface of police with all kinds of people. So it should as a matter off fact be required that every policeman gets the same training as a phycologist, instead the as now the "army training" which says shoot at everything what moves or does not follow up orders even for a 5 year old..
Tony Johnson Wrote: I am completely for cameras. Many times police have a camera on their dash board pointing forward. Any additional information and evidence would help everybody. We're all just looking for the truth. And that's not the truth according to the cop who is still alive unlike the one who was shot 7 times.