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Boston Bombings Confirms Need for Street Cameras


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Hope this doesn't upset the privacy freaks too much, but the recent bombing in Boston shows, once again, the NEED for street cameras which (monitored by security personnel) can not only catch bombers/terrorists while they set up their dirty work, and sometimes prevent the attack, but if the attack does go off, they can review the recordings, to then know who the perpetrators are, and have video evidence to convict them.

BUT NO. The authorities instead listen to the ACLU moronic loonies, and had to go asking the public for cell phone videos or snapshots taken at the time of the bombings. Shouldn't have had to be asking for that, you guys! You should have already had have those videos, and if the cameras were in place, it's possible the bombings might never have happened. At the very least, you'd have been in good position to go after the perpetrators who did this immediately, instead of fumbling about, as they were for entirely too much time.

 

And that time gave the Tsarnaevs just enough time to kill somebody else (MIT police officer Sean Collier), and in other cases where no one came foward with cell phone or any videos, the perpetrators are still running around unidentified.

 

As for the privacy freaks, you don't have privacy on a PUBLIC street, in stores, or other PUBLIC places.

 

http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/2013/04/24/mit-boston-honors-slain-campus-cop-sean-collier/2109327/

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Hope this doesn't upset the privacy freaks too much, but the recent bombing in Boston shows, once again, the NEED for street cameras which (monitored by security personnel) can not only catch bombers/terrorists while they set up their dirty work, and sometimes prevent the attack, but if the attack does go off, they can review the recordings, to then know who the perpetrators are, and have video evidence to convict them.

 

BUT NO. The authorities instead listen to the ACLU moronic loonies, and had to go asking the public for cell phone videos or snapshots taken at the time of the bombings. Shouldn't have had to be asking for that, you guys! You should have already had have those videos, and if the cameras were in place, it's possible the bombings might never have happened. At the very least, you'd have been in good position to go after the perpetrators who did this, instead of fumbling about, as they were for too much time.

 

And that time gave the Tsarnaevs just enough time to kill somebody else (MIT police officer Sean Collier), and in other cases where no one came foward with cell phone or any videos, the perpetrators are still running around unidentified.

 

As for the privacy freaks, you don't have privacy on a PUBLIC street, in stores, or other PUBLIC places.

i thought you were someone else f@g...fu ck off and die

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i thought you were someone else f@g...fu ck off and die

Is anyone supposed to care what you thought ?

 

Privacy Freaks, eh?

 

That's what Police State groupies call actual Americans.

 

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No that's what actual Americans call people who think they have a right to privacy, when they are out walking through an intersection in the middle of a major avenue, in full view of hundreds of people. They could also be called "loons".

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Maybe just insert a chip in everyone, and put a mini-camera in everyones eye so our gubberment of change can see every single action of every human. Of course, they won't do that to the country within the country, the illegal aliens as that might offend them.

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