Let the message go forth from this time and place, police in America are no longer trusted, and no longer trustworthy. They need to be watched, literally, every moment they are on duty. Big Brother, in the form of tiny but effective cameras, must watch, literally, their every interaction with the public.
Item: Charles Kondek, 45, a 17-year veteran of the Tarpon Springs, Florida police department, was shot and killed Dec. 21 by a fugitive trying to evade a warrant. Marco Antonio Parilla, Jr., 23, was arrested on suspicion of first-degree murder. The dead policeman previously served on the New York City Police Dept. for five years.
Police are not perfect, their errors must be discovered and must be either corrected or punished, depending on their severity. But the Big Brother camera makes two assumptions: