Letters to the Editor

Friday letters: Let people shoot their own video


Since the overwhelming opinion of the public is that we need to have video evidence of encounters with law enforcement, I propose that all people stopped by an officer be allowed to video on their personal cellphone (or body camera, camera crew) their individual confrontation and store it into infinity as part of their Miranda rights.

This will save taxpayers money and help all the wrongly prosecuted.

Mark Paul Kays