Judge orders S.C. Highway Patrol to r...

Judge orders S.C. Highway Patrol to release videos

There are 2 comments on the The Aiken Standard story from Dec 2, 2011, titled Judge orders S.C. Highway Patrol to release videos. In it, The Aiken Standard reports that:

The South Carolina Highway Patrol cannot refuse to release videotapes and other public information from arrests and traffic stops simply because charges are pending against a suspect, a judge ruled.

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Backwards South Carolina

North Charleston, SC

#1 Dec 5, 2011
But police departments do this all the time. They refuse to obey the FOIA. You have to take the time and money to even force the police to comply.

Is that right or wrong?
Gregg Burkey

Stuart, FL

#2 Dec 10, 2011
Maybe they should Gregg Burkey

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