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Re: LAPD will make body camera videos public under new policy

From: domainremoved <Palo>
Date: Fri, 23 Mar 2018 09:09:11 -0700

Your welcome Aram. The history of police abuse is overwhelming documented . US policing agency’s rank 10th as to the most violent. Mexico being in first place. (Last google search)

Any police policy is crafted with the police coming in first. Civilians vs Police. The Body-Worn PAPD draft policy drives this point home. Not a single paragraph touches on the subject of Transparency or Accountability but will make use of a slide presentation to suggest otherwise.

Tantamount, to misleading a jury, you the public with obfuscated information. Very cleaver and convincing. Mr. Bender has been trained all to well. In simple terms, and to illustrate this fact, who is a jury going to believe first? Of course, the police.

That is why it is of paramount importance to point out the facts to the general public. The presentation is misleading when the focas and bullet points are:

Enhances transparency and accountability

These two point are found nowhere is the PAPD draft policy just the way the PAPD meant it to be.....(The author of the policy)

Mark Petersen-Perez
Editor: Palo Alto Free Press
Ticuantepe, Nicaragua 🇳🇮

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> On Mar 22, 2018, at 9:45 PM, Aram James <abjpd1_at_(domainremoved)
> Dear Mark,
> Thanks so much for finding and circulating this very important article re body-worn and car-cam videos.
> Aram
> Progress is often made one small
> step at a time
>> On Mar 22, 2018, at 7:32 PM, Palo Alto Free Press <paloaltofreepress_at_(domainremoved)
>> http://www.scpr.org/news/2018/03/20/81795/lapd-set-to-release-body-camera-videos-what-will-w/
>> Mark
Received on Fri Mar 23 2018 - 09:11:26 PDT

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