Officers' body cameras raise privacy concerns

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  • dlarsen Salt Lake City, UT
    March 17, 2014 1:41 a.m.

    Yes good point! How many innocent people did the police victimize and kill this year in Salt Lake City? I probably could not even begin to put a number on it because so many people were killed by the police for no reason. You are certainly right about that. Just for fun, tell me just how many innocent people were in fact killed by the police? I am really interested to find out. I have must have missed a lot of unjustified police killings in the news this year. But please help me out with a soild number. I sometimes wonder where people such as yourself get your iditioc information from? This is not T.V. and police are not going out every night and killing innocent people for the fun of it. Let me in on where you get your information, and how many police shot and killed innocent citizens this last year.

  • Stormwalker Cleveland , OH
    March 15, 2014 11:09 a.m.

    Considering the many cases of police abusing and even killing innocent civilians, I think this is a good idea for public safety. Citizens with cell phones have captured some rogue cops, but there are frequent reports of cops who are filmed misbehaving confiscating cell phones and arresting the very people who were documenting their bad acts. If a police officer is truly protecting and serving, they should have no worries about documenting their work. It's the schoolyard bullies who grew up to become bullies behind a badge who are objecting.