Public Defender Asks Baltimore PD to Suspend Aerial Spying

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The Maryland Office of the Public Defender has asked Baltimore police to stop filming citizens from the sky until the public is briefed on the program and defense attorneys are given access to the footage, reports the Baltimore Sun. The public defender also wants to know how evidence gathered by the recently disclosed aerial surveillance program has been stored, accessed and . . .

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