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Body Cams Prove Tennessee Deputy Innocent


A Knox County, TN, deputy's body camera helped prove his innocence after he was accused of fondling a woman during a traffic stop. More Here.

November 24, 2015
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Ian @ 11/24/2015 5:29 PM

Holy crap someone being arrested LIED!?!? WTF? That's unheard of? So the body worn cameras just prove what every officer already knew: police do their job and those in trouble with the law often lie. Now can we move forward and stop perpetuating the media frenzy?

Tom @ 12/2/2015 10:47 AM

Just as a duty belt carries multiple means of defense for the patriot in blue........audio and video will be added, which in todays day in age carrys the same weight in this social bubble we find ourselves in.

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