Eyewitness testimony is unreliable. Confessions are unreliable. I guess it's DNA or it didn't happen.
Curiously enough, however, research shows that police and prosecutors forced to tape their interrogations often wind up supporting the practice. One Minnesota prosecutor famously called it “the best thing we’ve ever had rammed down our throats.”
A classic interrogation technique when dealing with two co-defendants is to tell each that the other is pointing the finger at them, even though neither has said anything yet.
The MFFA declares that any firearms, ammunition or firearms accessories made and retained in Montana are not subject to federal regulation under the power given to Congress in the U.S. Constitution to regulate commerce “among the several states.” The MFFA is a states’ rights challenge on Tenth Amendment grounds, with firearms serving as the vehicle for the challenge.
On the idea of simply recording everything: it's not a braindead suggestion, it's simply a math problem.
If this is what you/we want, then here's what you need to be ready to pay for:
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