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SC: House Passes Senate Body Camera Bill in Second Reading
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"Under the body camera language as we passed today, it would not be under FOIA," Pope said.
Under the current language of the bill, one would be allowed to obtain the body camera video if he/she is the subject in the video, criminal defendant in a pending criminal case, a person contemplating to bring civil action, a person whose property was damaged or seized on video, or the parent, guardian, or attorney of the defendant.
The bill states: "data recorded by a body-worn camera is not a public record subject to disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act."
|And all the government has to do is to say, "You aren't on the video.", and whether or not your visage appears, how will anyone know?