Liberty NewsWire: Monday, March 12th, 2012
SEATTLE — On the heels of a scathing federal review of Seattle police practices, dash-cam video is once again at the center of a firestorm at City Hall.
This time, the city is suing an attorney who wanted dash-cam videos connected to alleged police misconduct.
KOMO News sued the city of Seattle after public information requests for police dash-cam video were not fulfilled. The suit alleges violation of the public records law.
But criminal defense attorney James Egan never expected the city would preemptively sue him just for asking for police dash cam video." – Tracy Vedder for Komo News (Seattle). See full article below.
Komo News (Seattle) – Seattle Sues Attorney Over Public Records Request
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