Former Ariz. officer accused of murder takes stand
A proposed nondiscrimination ordinance in San Antonio that is similar to others already adopted in other cities in Texas and around the U.S. is stirring opposition among top Republicans and conservatives.
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“ WOOF ! ”
Since: Nov 12
#1 Sep 4, 2013
Some police officers in New York, and some police officers in other cities and localities, are required to wear small digital videocameras to record their dealings with people.
The technology is small, light, unobtrusive, and inexpensive. I think it's high time that ALL police officers be required to wear them. This protects the police officers against false claims of brutality, as well as protecting the general public, and criminal suspects.
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