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Shooting of Walter Scott. Policeman charged with Murder thanks to filming the Police
This is another good example why EVERYONE should record the Police; Perjury!
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Here is an article on Apps to record Police from Wired Magazine
We highly recommend everyone have an app to record the police in the event they are illegally stopped or witnessed to police illegal behavior
This is why we need Citizen Controlled police Commissions and Body Cams. The policeman lied saying Walter grabbed his taser and no one administered first aid at the scene. They serve and protect themselves and people die.
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5 Rules for Recording Police courtesy of FlexYourRights.org
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Recording the Police has made a difference between an unarmed man being shot in the back for no reason and a policeman going to jail such as in the Shooting of Walter Scott
Here is an article on 4 Apps to Record the Police from Newsmax Magazine.
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