Cipriano Murder Drives Plymouth Lawmaker's Effort to Delay Release of 911 Tapes
A state lawmaker from Plymouth says a widely publicized homicide in Farmington Hills makes the case for limiting the release of 911 tapes under Michigan's Freedom of Information Act .
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#1 Apr 26, 2013
What drives lawmakers is a desire to circumvent the first amendment. They see opportunities in these events.
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