The ‘Strange Two-Year Saga’ of Seattle’s Police Body Cams

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The New York Times magazine reports on what it calls the "strange two-year saga" of how the Seattle Police Department instituted police body cameras, which the magazine says "shows just how complicated total transparency can be." The body cam program, which was rolled out in 2014, got lots of national attention. After the police shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, expectations were . . .

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