http://www.nytimes.com/2003/09/02/nyregion/02VIDE.html The New York Police Department is resisting the idea of videotaping interrogations and confessions, the New York Times reports. "I don't see a need, quite frankly," Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly said. With 220,000 to 250,000 arrests each year, "The logistics of it are mind-boggling for an agency this size." More police departments are taping interrogations, partly because of increased attention to wrongful convictions, more than 20 percent of which involve false . . .
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