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Uploaded on Sep 13, 2010

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We all have to deal with the opportunities and challenges presented by widespread video technology. The same is true for police. But law enforcement might prefer that cameras not be a part of their interactions with citizens. Citizens should have the right to record their interactions with police and police should be required to record their most intense interactions with citizens. The video features attorneys David Rittgers and Clark Neily and journalist Radley Balko.

Produced by Caleb Brown and Evan Banks. Additional lighting and camera by Brian Haynesworth and Lester Romero.

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