Police Body Cameras : The Murder Of Walter Scott

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Police Body Cameras Due to devastating events that have taken place between the police and civilians in 2015, law enforcements are finding it liable for policeman to be suited with body cameras. They believe doing so will begin to hold policeman more accountable for their actions, reduce police brutality and crime, as well as shedding light on the good cops still out here. One incident that proves cameras to be good evidence to police and their actions; would be the the case is which officer Michael Slager was proven guilty in the murder of Walter Scott because of the evidence from a video camera. “In South Carolina this week, protesters at North Charleston City Hall argued that, if not for bystander Feidin Santana’s video casting doubt on officer Michael Slagers version of events, he may not have quickly been charged with murder in the shooting of Walter Scott following a traffic dispute.”
Some detectives felt as if there was something suspicious about Slagers’ version of events at hand after their investigation. The following statement was made saying “when the cops story first came out, he said he was in a tussle,” said Virgil Delestine, a 28-year-old-fast-food woker.” But the video told what really happened.”
Two Other major happenings that is causing law enforcement to push for body cameras are the case in which the wake of a Staten Island grand jury’s decision to not indict Officer Pantaleo; For causing the death of Eric Garner who was restrained in a chokehold in
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