For example, some civil libertarian groups have raised concerns about the privacy of people caught in body camera footage.There are also important questions about public access, review, storage, tampering and disciplinary action for officers who don’t use the devices properly.In Albuquerque, a city with a long history of police brutality and corruption, police officer Jeremy Dear was fired in December 2014 after repeated incidents in which he failed to activate his body camera just before using force, including just before shooting and killing a teenaged girl.Dear also has a history of allegations of excessive force.Select a single video you want to view by double clicking on the details in the list.16.If you want to view multiple videos one after another, then select the tick boxes to the left of the details and then click Play.It will play the videos in the order of time frame. Here's a common question about this CCTV Tutorial: Q - Why are there no videos to view in the list?
Special Report: The Killing of Osama bin Laden The SEALs first saw bin Laden when he came out on the third floor landing. He retreated to his bedroom, and the first SEAL through the door grabbed bin Laden's daughters and pulled them aside. He was like, in a white undershirt and a tan robe." The electronic files the SEALs carted away from bin Laden's compound contain -- among many things -- the names of terrorist operatives which until now were unknown to U. He instructed against using Arabs because they arouse too much suspicion, to go after trains and to time the attack to coincide with the 10th anniversary of September 11.
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WASHINGTON - A new picture emerged Thursday of what really happened the night the Navy SEALs swooped in on Osama bin Laden's compound in Pakistan.
CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports the 40 minutes it took to kill bin Laden and scoop his archives into garbage bags were all recorded by tiny helmet cameras worn by each of the 25 SEALs.