As incidents have spread of policy actions resulting in injury and death of citizens, especially people of color, the public is clamouring for an answer to the question: Where's the footage? Proponents of police body cameras say they would provide valuable insight into what occurs. Critics cite cost, including to store and maintain footage, in their objections.
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Dorothy Lynn "Dot" Richardson, 81, of New Albany, Indiana, passed away on Monday, July 6, 2020. Dot was a member of New Beginnings Church in New Albany, a former member of MCC in Louisville, and the BPW Hoosiers Softball League. She loved UofL basketball, completing jigsaw puzzles, her churc…
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