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  • #16
    Originally posted by Mountain Man View Post
    And when you do that, you remove the evidence from the possession of the citizen and place it in the hands of LEO's who may have a motive to destroy or delete it. Not a good policy, or one that is intended to assist in providing justice to those citizens.
    Agreed.
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    • #17
      So it should be left in the hands of a citizen with an axe to grind? Who may edit or delete the footage in whole or in part? And who might no present said footage for court regardless?

      There are evidence procedures, and generally the evidence control guys don't actually know anything about the case. Their job is to preserve the evidence whatever it may be.

      Given that, do you trust friends of the accused to preserve evidence that might not show their friends in a good light? Or evidence techs that have documentation procedures and state level oversight of their evidence storage? Joe blow cannot be held liable for destroying unlogged evidence. .....officer schmuck can be.
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