Bravo , a win , and yet from a totally unexpected source , Who’d a thunk ?

” Last year, the Baltimore Police Department published a General Order to officers explaining that members of the public have
a right to record their activity in public, but the Justice Department said in its 11-page letter this week that the order didn’t go far enough, and pointed out several areas where it should clarify and assert more strongly the rights that individuals possess.
The right to record police officers in the public discharge of their duties was.essential to help “engender public confidence in our police departments, promote public access to information necessary to hold our governmental officers accountable, and ensure public and officer safety,” wrote Jonathan Smith, head of the Justice Department’s Special Litigation Section. “