St. Louis Critics Question Police Refusal to Make Videos Public

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Video was supposed to be the hammer behind promises of better accountability in the way police use force. Cameras in patrol cars and on officers’ vests or eyeglasses would provide a definitive record to remove doubt from oft-criticized police investigations, and restore credibility to a skeptical public. In some cases, failure to make the videos public is fueling additional skepticism, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Want to read more? Please subscribe to The Crime Report!