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A short time ago people wanted bodycams. We got them. Very soon and very quickly nobody wanted to be filmed by us. As many of you saw various people saying on #LivePD. In alot and most of these instances people began to see what "we" go through. Because before that it was a lie.
And very soon bad cops were exposed by their own agencies and ousted. Overwhelmingly many false complaints by the citizen being arrested or encountered we debunked. But no repercussions for filing a false complaint was turned on to the citizen.
It was thought widely by Law Enforcement that it would reduce complaints about wrong doing or injustice. And it did do that for awhile. Point is the people wanted the body cam, spending millions in the technology. Ot changed policing for the better and force accountability.
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Video: Here's a snippet of the pathetic and insulting attack on #LivePD on CNN earlier today by Brianna Keilar. She smiled as she bashed the show, mocked @DanAbrams, & dismissed any of the many positives the show brought. It takes a lot to insult me, but this did #LivePDNation
There were so many things wrong with this segment. It was clear that either Brianna and her staff have never watched an episode of the show before or they purposefully chose to mislead viewers with their distorted view of the show.

I'll have a piece later tonight on @NewsBusters
Here's another truly insane edition of kangaroo court on CNN convicting and sentencing of #LivePD.

It's quite something to see the network that's tried to ruin Nick Sandmann, a random Reddit user, and a grandma sharing FB memes concerned about people being on camera
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More to come as I process...but I'll say this for now.

Live PD acted as a vehicle to deliver to the masses a lot of the good in law enforcement that you simply don't see elsewhere. You saw civil, respectful, sometimes fun interactions between law enforcement & the public. (1/6)
(2/6)There was transparency, humanization, not to mention countless instances where missing children were returned home, crimes solved & families given closure because of the show and it's supportive viewers. A real sense of community, unlike any other show I've personally seen..
(3/6)It's a damn shame in a time where many could benefit seeing what a good cop looks like, what respectful policing looks like, what transparency looks like..that A&E decided to pull the plug. I understand the immediate break with what is going on in these tough & awful times..
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