Should videos made by police of suspects in custody be open to the public?
This is a discussion on Should videos made by police of suspects in custody be open to the public? within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; IMHO Police evidence of any kind in an ongoing investigation should not be made public... After the trial, sure! Whatever they want show....
April 2nd, 2012 03:28 PM
IMHO Police evidence of any kind in an ongoing investigation should not be made public... After the trial, sure! Whatever they want show.
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April 8th, 2012 12:56 AM
Originally Posted by SIXTO
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April 8th, 2012 01:17 AM
Originally Posted by suntzu
Short answer to your question is NO. Thing is....public records. Anything you do in public is subject to public demise pretty much. I can buy the weekly paper at E-Z Mart of those currently arrested or in county jail. This is not right especially if they have not yet gone to trial and been proven guilty of infractions of the law. It's a bad world we live in now. Registering child molesters and sex offenders needs to be done from day one. We're becoming victims of ourselves, or we are putting ourselves above our fellow man by treating them like diseased if arrested for misdemeanors, failure to pay traffic fines, etc...........those in county jails are all subject to violations of rights no matter if it's murder or crossing the double yellow line and not paying up. Sad state of affairs. Depressing actually. But I pride myself for not seeking a doctor or prescriptions to help me cope with what's become of our nation. My thoughts and emotions about what's going on in our country today will remain unimpeded by drugs or a doctor's care so long as I can resist the urge to ask for help when I really don't need it.
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