New York Resists Taping Suspects, Cites Logistics

Print More 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
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