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Ah, technology!

Turns out ShotSpotter maybe ain’t all it’s cracked up to be, according to this article. (There’s a case pending in the state supreme court involving an investigatory stop based in part on a ShotSpotter alert; see here.)

On the other hand, those small nifty cameras everywhere—on cell phones, doorbells, on police officers themselves—are putting paid to the notion that police never lie, and at least some of the falsely accused are better off for it. For instances, see here.

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