Ethan Explains Police Shooting Videos

Ethan Explains Police Shooting Videos

The question of police body cameras continues to grow in importance. They are an important tool for both the police and the public in getting the record straight in ALL interactions between us.

Now with the shootings in Tulsa and Charlotte, the failure of our government to ensure openness and accountability is in focus. In Tulsa, they released the videos and while we may disagree on what exactly they tell us, we have a much better idea. And guess what? No riots.

In Charlotte the North Carolina state legislature passed a law limiting the video release only by court order. So, we have two totally different accounts of what transpired. And riots have ensued alongside the peaceful, legal, protests.

We must demand that all police body cam video be escrowed by a third-party so nobody can delete what they don’t want us to see. Body cams shouldn’t be able to be deactivated when on-duty. And there needs to be rules and regulations in place when we fund body cameras to ensure their proper release to We The People.

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TV Appearance Rick Amato Show May 12 2015

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I made a TV appearance¬†the panel on the Rick Amato Show on Tuesday, May 12, 2015. We discussed¬†Hollywood writer/director Lee Daniels comments on diversity, The Catholic University of America sued for displaying too many crosses, mother of Mississippi police killer says he was on “Spice” and had mental issues, violence against police, muggings in Central Park New York, 200 people in Massachusetts riot because police arrest a thief, and Governor Christie of New Jersey spent over $82k taxpayer dollars at NFL games.