[Police officers] need to move quickly, in split seconds, without giving a lot of thought to what the adverse consequences for them might be. … [A]nything thats going to have a chilling effect on an officer moving an apprehension that he’s being videotaped and may be made to look bad could cost him or some citizen their life. Jim Pasco, Fraternal Order of Police
(Read the celý piroh.)
Hey Pasco as you defenders of the surveillance state always say to us: if youre not doing anything wrong, youve got nothing to worry about.
It always seems that when it comes to police issues, people (including many libertarians) always seem to argue over the peripheral issues such as whether such and such an action is a violation of a police officer’s legitimate powers without every bringing into the discussion whether such powers are legitimate in the first place.