Is It Curiosity Or Government Accountability?

by Hugh McQuaid | Sep 4, 2013 5:10pm

Crime victims question whether it’s government accountability or curiosity that drives the disclosure of crime records, a victim advocate attorney told a state panel on transparency and privacy Wednesday.

The task force was formed as part of a new law that prevents the public release of any photograph or video recording that portrays the body of a homicide victim. The law also prohibits, for one year, the release of certain law enforcement audio recordings…

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Hugh McQuaid Photo Hakima Bey-Coon, a lawyer with the Victim Advocate Office
Hugh McQuaid Photo
Hakima Bey-Coon, a lawyer with the Victim Advocate Office

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