“We Have To Be Actors”: Ill. Cop on Taped Queries

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In a reaction to cases of police brutality and coerced confessions, Illinois will require recording of official interrogations in homicide cases starting in summer 2005. All questioning of juvenile suspects must also be recorded on video- or audiotape. The Los Angeles Times reports that Minnesota and Alaska have had similar policies for years, and taping
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