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Lets be clear about a few things:
What happened here (to the cop) is a good thing. There have been MANY publicized cases recently of officers not being punished appropriately even with evidence. Lets not just attack what's wrong with the system and instead acknowledge when the system works the way it's supposed to.
It's a good thing that a witness's testimony is not sufficient to get a person tried for murder, be it a cop or anyone else. If you have a cop saying one thing and a witness saying another, regardless of what the witness says, if there's no other evidence, then that should NOT be enough. Without sufficient independent evidence, you shouldn't ever be going after someone for murder based on mere testimony. As the front page today demonstrated people lie (thinking about the kid who was accused of being a serial rapist).
Your statement is pure speculation and nothing more. If there is sufficient independent evidence, you have no way of knowing that the DA wouldn't have gone after the cop anyway, you're making a politicized and unfair comment because of your (understandable) distrust of the current police/DA system. However, it's still just baseless speculation.
Más allá de la recomendacion que te dio todo el mundo del abogado, que es realmente la unica recomendación importante.
Recomiendo que vos y todos los que piensen tener contacto con la policia se instalen en el celular "Bambuser" y se/les hagan cuenta en https://bambuser.com/ . Este programita sube por si solo video que grabas con el celu mientras lo estas filmando, en tandas de hasta hora y media, yo lo use para laburar en las elecciones por si pasaba algo raro y perdia el celular. Aunque te saquen el celu, va estar el video subido en internet y tenes pruebas que no pueden borrar!
Bambuser, everyone. Completely free, live-streams your video to a free online account, so even if the cops take your phone and smash it, you will have a recording of that event online, as long as you have a data signal. It can be adjusted to upload even extremely low bitrate video if that's all your data plan can afford, and it simultaneously saves a local full-quality copy of the video to replace the live-streamed mediocre-quality one the moment you press the "stop recording" button.
Test it yourself - Record with Bambuser, and while you are recording, pull your phone's battery out. You'll have everything up to the moment your battery was pulled already saved online.
This is why having a video app that backs up to the cloud immediately and can keep recording while your phone is locked (or confiscated) is so important. Plugging Bambuser for Android and Apple. Tested and works as advertised.
Here's a good one that all Android users with data plans can use, not just Samsung users.
Go download Bambuser, and sign up for a free account. Next time you have to record an emergency event, like a police encounter, a disaster, a protest, a violent encounter, anything you feel the need to record but aren't sure if your phone will make it out intact, Bambuser live streams to the online account while recording it at the same time. So even if someone takes your phone and smashes it, you will have everything up to that moment already recorded online, provided you have a data plan. And you can adjust the bandwidth in a huge range of bitrates depending on how much data you want to use.
Bambuser. You can live broadcast. And it is uploading as it is recording. So even if the camera is destroyed, the file is still safe.
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There are TONS of dashcams on the market. Many even have a camera for the inside of the vehicle.
Using your cellphone is probably better though, if you've got a mount or something, because you can use a program like Bambuser to live-stream it to the cloud, so that it's 'undeleteable' by someone who's in possession of your phone.
I said this elsewhere, but everyone should download BamBuster (android) (iPhone), or an equivalent app. It streams video to a private server so police (or anyone else) can't steal / break your phone to delete a video. It's also basically point and start recording once it's set up. I think EVERYONE should have it (or an equivalent app) as a way to protect themselves in any sort of situation where you might want to record something incriminating.
Whenever you have to record something on your phone as evidence against someone else, always always use Bambuser - Totally free, it streams to a free online account live while you are recording, and it saves everything that gets streamed on said online account. I've tested it by pulling the battery on my phone while recording, and everything up to the moment I pulled the battery was saved online.
Bambuser! - It's not officially stated anywhere, but this is pretty much the official police-brutality/political uprising video recording app, because it live streams your video to a free online account, so that even if someone takes your phone and smashes it and confiscates the pieces, you'll still have all the video up to that point already saved online, provided you have a half decent data connection (it has bandwidth/quality settings for people with crappy data limits too). And of course, it will automatically upload the full quality local version to replace the live-streamed version as soon as you stop recording.
It's been banned in Turkey!
Bambuser. It streams with a locked phone, buffers for automatic later uploading on slow nets, and recordings can't be deleted from within the app, should someone force you to unlock the phone.
Negative: even if you turn up resolution and bitrate to the max the quality isn't very good.
Even if you aren't in a one party record state, you are still allowed to record actions in public and interactions with government officials. As far as apps, Bambuser automatically streams and saves to a cloud account. However, it won't stream to cloud in HD.
Mobile Justice has different ones for different states. The one I linked is for California but you can search others. It is an App that was created by the ACLU after the phone recording was so important to indict officer Michael Slager shot and killed Walter Scott.
I second /u/HappyLeprechaun's recommendation of Bambuser.
I'd suggest something like bambuser. Set it up to automatically stream to the remote server as you record and have all new videos set to private by default. That way, even if your phone is confiscated or tampered, all the recordings made up to that point are safe* from deletion.
*They could try to strong-arm bambuser, but that takes time and is a lot more difficult and unlikely than just deleting them on the device if you don't have a system like this setup.
We don't need police with cameras, we need more cameras on police.
VIDEO TAPE EVERY SINGLE INTERACTION WITH POLICE.
Highly recommend Bambuser (android) as it saves it to 'the cloud' as it is recording.
Set videos to private upload (optional; makes it so the videos aren't immediately viewable to the public unless you release it)
Test out how you can now record video with your phone locked that is automatically uploaded to a private server while it's recording, all for free.
Bambuser might be what you're looking for. It records videos and simultaneously streams them to their website. So even if your phone is completely destroyed, you can still access a video you took with the app.
If you want something that keeps recording, You might be out of luck when if comes to phone apps (battery concerns and such). Buying a dashcam or something would probably suit you better in that case.
Since police officers can delete video or even destroy your phone, everyone should have a private live streaming service.
Bambuser is a good one that comes on comes on android and iphone.
Videos get saved automatically as they're recording. Latency is about 5 seconds, so worse case scenario you'll only lost 5 seconds even if your phone is destroyed.
There's other services too: Ustream and Livestream.
Install one of them now so it's ready when you need it. Also, password protect your phone.
Is one I've been told of.
I use the built in camera app on lollipop with BitTorrent Sync for security and privacy reasons myself.
BTSync allows you to send the data anywhere, even multiple anywheres, you want.
Forreal. If there's not an app yet that you click and it instantly starts filming and streaming video to have it saved off-device there needs to be. They could call it... CADFUS (Cops Are Doing Fucked Up Shit).
Edit: For those interested here is a list of preexisting apps mentioned below
Bambuser: for iOS and for Android
Police Tape from the ACLU-NJ (I can't find it anywhere)
Edit 2: /u/asbestos_sundae just turned me on to this website that lists a bunch of civil defense related apps
Also, here are some words of caution about the ACLU app from /u/Monacoe92
>Just an FYI, the ACLU app has a sentence in the TOS agreement that states that any and all videos recorded are property of ACLU and can be used as they see fit. So you could record an incident like this and it be on the news the next day whether you want it there or not. You would also not technically own the video so you may or may not be able to retrieve it at a later date.
And /u/tlut had some good info too about the ACLU app
>I found a GitHub for the iOS version of Police Tape, did not do any verification as I use android.
>the davidchiles repo is a fork of Cop-Recorder-iOS
>here is the GitHub repo of OpenWatch, who developed the app:
>problem with all of these apps is they submit to openwatch.net, which is apparently out of commission. I'm not sure which, if any of these will upload to Dropbox.
The app records directly into the cloud.
The Bambuser app will upload as it records. By far the most useful thing in a copwatcher's toolkit.
Bambuser is generally regarded as the best app for these purposes.
There are apps for that.
And more are being created daily.
Bambuser for Android. No idea if there is an iPhone version.
There's also "Mobile Justice" by the ACLU. https://www.aclu.org/feature/aclu-apps-record-police-conduct
It's actually called Bambuser:
They're all over the place.
ACLU Police Tape
I'm sure the app Bambooser can do that, but it's been years since I used it. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bambuser.broadcaster
Bambusher is your answer
I don't know about most of them, but Bambuser does this, not to youtube but to your account.
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*InformaCam automaticlally backs up video you are taking while erasing it from your phone. https://guardianproject.info/2012/01/20/introducing-informacam/
*Bambuser automatically shares video to existing services of your choice.
The Bambuser app streams to a server. I think the video is available on their web site before you're even done recording it.
No affiliation, but a nice streaming app in case LE spot you recording: bambuser
You are constitutionally protected - and our current administration has backed this up publicly - to film police officers so long as it does not interfere with their work, (i.e. you refuse to put the camera down so that they may frisk you etc) for purposes of an objective reporter.
I suggest "live" camera recordings that stream to a cloud such as Bambuser while having the camera sit somewhere statically.