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THE KILLING OF JORDAN EDWARDS

jordan-edwards-cnn.jpgThe father of Jordan Edwards, the fifteen-year-old victim of a recent police shooting, filed suit this week in federal court alleging excessive force by Balch Springs police officer, Roy Oliver, and inadequate training and oversight by Oliver's employers at the city. The allegations are infuriating.

ALTERATION OF APD LAPEL VIDEO

Reynaldo-Chavez.pngKOB4 ran a story highlighting sworn statements by APD's former records custodian manager Reynaldo Chavez. During a newly released deposition, Mr. Chavez disclosed that it is possible to alter APD lapel camera footage through the creation of an "orphan" video clip which is later substituted for and made to look like the original "parent" clip. These alterations can include inserting objects, such as a gun into lapel footage.

A COP FIRES. A TEEN DIES. YET SIX POLICE BODY CAMERAS SOMEHOW MISS WHAT HAPPENS.

322d19787f9a461b902f00d6fda5d13d_18.jpgThe shooting of Mary S. Hawkes is profiled in an article by The Washington Post. Through the facts of Mary's case, the article illuminates the broader problems with the use of department-issued body cameras in police departments across the country. Read more at this link.

How Police Body Cams Were Designed to Get Police Off the Hook

cxfykwya14cukydefssp.jpgIn an era of civil unrest and protest over police brutality, many are calling into question the validity of body cameras worn by policemen. Initially, the cameras were meant to prevent police from performing unnecessary violence, however the history of police body cams has revealed that the devices have often had the opposite effect. Read the full article here

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