It's easy to recover deleted footage. Something is not deleted completely unless it's written over. So the card must be destroied or formatted and then used, so the same data areas, that once housed the pics/video, are written to.
Yes - I have deleted and recovered stuff just to see how it worked. - Recovered a lot of pictures deleted from a ladies HD. - LOL that was years ago. I put them on a disk for her and still waiting to see her again. - A neighbors ex girl friend.
So - the cops are stupid that they do not remove the memory or do something more destructive than just delete. It is illegal and if one fails to get money at an attempted robbery I think they get same sentence as if they did.
Of course a cop can murder someone and get suspended sentence.
Baltimore is set to pay $250,000 to a man who says police seized his cellphone and deleted the video of an arrest at the Preakness Stakes in 2010, according a settlement proposal that will be presented to the city's spending panel this month.
Police "vigorously" dispute the allegations by Christopher Sharp who claimed officers violated his First and Fourth Amendment rights when they took his phone after the arrest of his female friend at Pimlico Race Course.
But the city lawyers said in the two-page document that because of "factual disputes," a settlement will help the city "to resolve this litigation economically and to avoid the expense, time and uncertainties" of a potential jury verdict.
The case led to new city policies that uphold the right of citizens to record police.
A Tucson police officer chasing a man in connection with a theft and purse-snatching on the city's westside discovered that he lost his handgun during the pursuit.
The .40-caliber Glock, which fell out of the officer's holster, was not found Monday, and police are asking the public for help in finding it, said Sgt. Chris Widmer, a Tucson Police Department spokesman.
As my friend and I were merging to another freeway we were tailgated by Police officer on a motorcycle. Not just tailgating but he was so close we could reach out and touch him. Very dangerous indeed. So then the officer fly's by me at a high rate very close to my chevette nearly hitting us so then I follow with all cameras rolling.
I noticed he was taking off his name badge prior to him slamming on his breaks hard trying to cause an accident. I was to far away for that to happen but he needed an excuse to pull me over even though that was not an excuse as I have broken no laws. As he slammed on his breaks I could not move onto the other lane he was pointing to as there was oncoming traffic. This would of caused an accident for sure. Then after blowing my horn at him and going by him, he then pulls me over.
People, this is intimidation attempt, harassment , and abusing the badge if I have ever seen.
I know there will be some people who comment on here that will be for the police officer who was speeding , on my rear end...out of uniform etc. (this list goes on) and I expect that. However you will receive no commit from me as it will not be warranted. Also any other stupid comment will be responded to, only those will intelligent questions that are of interests.
I will always record around me and I suggest you do the same. The camera is your friend and will protect you. Stand up and utilize your constitutional rights all times!
This is the first part of follow up video's I'm putting together of my encounter with the Jackson City Police department. At the end is the final letter I received from the Chief of police letting me know the final outcome to their I.A investigation. Hibbard has since been put on administrative leave with pay, not because of what occurred with me, but a separate incident that occurred in the last few months. The prosecutors in two different counties refused to press charges against Sgt. Timothy Hibbard or Officer Akthar Hossain. What would happen to you if you were to accost someone in this manner on the street? You wouldn't get time off with pay!
PINAL COUNTY - Yesterday afternoon a traffic stop on Interstate-10 in Pinal County resulted in the seizure of a large sum of cash. A deputy on patrol pulled over a 2002 Hyundai Elantra with suspended registration. The driver was 36-year old Elda Sepulveda Figueroa. With her in the vehicle was her seven-year-old son. A check of her records turned up a conspiracy to smuggle marijuana charge, so the deputy asked to search her vehicle. She gave him permission. The deputy found a large gift bag on the rear seat. The bag contained 5 ½ bundles of U.S. cash wrapped in rubber bands. The money totaled $107,730. The money and the vehicle were seized.
Recurring theme: Don't ever give a cop permission. He's asking for a reason.
Edit: How in the hell do you have "half" of a bundle?
The Whites said that during the event, some of the adults started to argue. The police were called. Responding officers told the Whites to leave.
“There were police in the parking lot blocking it in so we couldn’t move,” said Jodie White.
She admits she hollered an insult at police.
“And then they just rushed my car and opened the door and tasers were just everywhere,” she said.
A family member recorded cell phone video of the commotion. Dozens of children are heard screaming in the background.
During the fracas, Christopher White was also tased.
“What did I do to deserve this?” he asked.
Baytown Police arrested the pair on disorderly conduct charges. Officials say the Whites were combative nearly slamming the car door on an officer’s hand. They say Christopher White wrestled with and nearly over-powered an officer.
But the Whites plan to file a formal complaint and insist there’s nothing they did to justify the police response.
“I have never been a trouble a day before in my life,” said Jodie White. “And for my kids to see me being tased on the ground, it just broke my heart.”
A city police officer is accused of beating a Jack Russell terrier puppy with a mop, then choking the dog and sending a picture of its dead body to its owner — his girlfriend.
Montgomery County Police have charged Alec Eugene Taylor, 27, of Silver Spring, with aggravated animal cruelty and abuse or neglect of an animal.
Taylor's girlfriend told police she received a text from Taylor on February 26 telling her that he killed the seven-month-old dog, named Rocko, after it defecated on the carpet. He then sent her a picture, according to a news release.
Personal trainer busted breaking into client’s truck during workouts at Texas gym
Reginald Wilson, a City of Whitehouse police officer who works as a personal trainer, was arrested after a client, David Spivey, allegedly caught him breaking into his truck by placing a hidden camera in the backseat.
On Tuesday, two deputies went to McGlone’s house just before 4 p.m. after McGlone’s daughter called police to say she hadn’t heard from her mother since Feb. 26. McGlone had been sick, she explained, and her phone was dead on Sunday night when her daughter in Virginia tried to call.
When deputies arrived for a routine welfare check, no one was home. There were no cars in the driveway and deputies noticed a broken window screen, pulled away from a window on the side of McGlone’s house.
They tried knocking on McGlone’s front door first but got no response, according to a sheriff’s office report.
As one deputy, Jonathan Reed, knocked on a window at the rear of McGlone’s house, he saw her dog “charging” and “snarling with bared teeth,” with its head lowered, the report states.
As Reed “retreated,” he saw that the dog was on a leash, he wrote in the report. “However, I saw that the leash was long enough to allow the dog to reach me before I could get away.”
With no time to “yell at the dog or use a less lethal deterrent,” Reed wrote, “I instinctively drew my handgun and fired once, striking the dog in the top of the head.”
The one shot killed Scarlett. Reed was not injured during the incident.
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