Monday, October 19, 2009

YouTube Exposure for the
Kevin Driscoll Case!

Bernard Chapin has made a YouTube video about the Kevin Driscoll case. He posted this about one day ago, and so far it has been viewed 607 times.

But go now, and view it yourself: http://tinyurl.com/yl5uw2t

After you have watched the video, go HERE. . .

http://tinyurl.com/ylxuzu4

. . . and do what seems best.

2 Comments:

Blogger FB said...

Video surveillance might actually end up preventing a false accusation from going forward.

Ironically, this looks more like David Brin's "Transparency Society," where omnipresent cameras are accessible to all, than "1984," where the state controls the telescreens.

3:17 PM  
Blogger Fidelbogen said...

"Video surveillance might actually end up preventing a false accusation from going forward."

In this case...maybe. Depends on just how crooked the DA's office in Deschutes County, Oregon actually is. From what I have seen in this case, "the fish stinks from the head," so. . I'm not holding my breath even if I am holding my nose! ;)

As for the rest of it, I think I'd rather rely on good old fashioned 'standards of evidence' in the legal system. (Which appears to be a joke in the present case!)

3:53 PM  

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