Results for - The Right To Take Pictures Of Police?

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St. Louis, Missouri has been protesting since Saturday after a police officer shot and killed an unarmed black teenager named Michael Brown. The protests that have taken over the community have resulted in police officers arriving with assault weapons and military equipment. During the protests, the police demanded that the people turn off their cameras. However, the law allows Americans the right to record the police during the course of their public duties as long as it does not interfere with their work.

1. Are you familiar with the Michael Brown case?

Yes, I am familiar with the Michael Brown case
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2. Do you think people should have the right to record footage of the police during the course of their duties?

Yes, I do think people should have the right to record footage of the police
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No, I do not think people should have the right to record footage of the police
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3. Do you think police officers need better training when dealing with civilians?

Yes, I think police officers should get better training when dealing with civilians
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No, I think police officers are properly trained to do their job I am undecided
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4. Do you think the police officer that shot and killed Michael Brown should be charged?

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08/17/2014 News 2859 73 By: Tellwut
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