Seattle Police Vindictively Take Dash-Cam Video Of Man's Traffic Infraction & Show It To Man's BossChris | InformationLiberation
Feb. 16, 2012
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When a Seattle attorney recently made a public records request for two dash-cam videos which involved clients he was representing, the Seattle police astonishingly filed a lawsuit against him to prevent the dash-cam videos from being released.
Despite taking that stance, SPD officers in this case took dash-cam video of a man being harassed over a minor traffic infraction and showed the video to the man's boss in a vindictive attempt to get him fired.
KOMO News reports:
SEATTLE -- For the past year the KOMO 4 Problem Solvers have uncovered case after case of questionable conduct by Seattle Police Officers caught on tape. Now we've found a chilling case that started as a simple traffic stop that could happen to any one of us. Only this time the dash cam video of the incident was shown to a man's boss, jeopardizing his very livelihood.Read their full story here.