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Citizens' right to record crimes could land them in court

ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- A controversial maneuver by a law enforcement officer has locals concerned. Witnesses are calling it a wrestling-like takedown or a body slam.

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RetiredJSO - 12/15/2013 8:35 AM
1 Vote
If you see something involving the Police and you decide to video tape it, there is no problem and it is your right, but be prepared to testify in court if your video is used. It is your right and obligation. Without your testimony the video can not be used.

imtellin - 12/14/2013 5:44 AM
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typical of the feds,, retarded or not !!! to caution folks about videotaping something, because you may wind up in court ??? what horse manure !!! all the evidence the courts may need, is already out there... so to try to scare folks from taping recording publishing police actions is ludicrous... this fool must have been a proponent of homeboy security !!! they'll remove our rights to keep us safe from ourselves ???? what rubbish !!! the old fool must really need that fed pension to keep espousing the company line !!!!
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