Skip to comments.Constructing Truth: the FBI's (non)recording policy
Posted on 08/11/2018 6:11:58 PM PDT by marktwain
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What are you trying to say?
Should’a been Could’a done it!
This is obviously a way to acrew someone over.
They could still do the exact same interview AND record it.
Great way to shut them down.
“And the sage of Waco opines. Worthless as always.”
YOU DIRTY BANDIDO! GO AWAY!
Reid Interrogation Techniques.
Eff-Bee-Eye does not use recordings, they use their “notes” and “recollections” to create “302” reports and you’re full of crap. That’s what I’m trying to say.
I wanted to record it. They said if I did, there would be no interview.
Id be okay with that.
You can't be right to save your azz.
No you are wrong. They not only tape but they video. Ask Martha Stewart. Have a great Sunday.
Electronically recorded interviews are accurate records of what was asked and answered. Written records are accurate records of what the agent wrote.
Most states are one-party states. As long as one party knows the conversation is being recorded, the other party is not entitled to notice.
If you are in a two-party state, you do not need to give notice to a public official that you are recording a conversation.
And live-streaming the whole thing to Wikileaks.
Record all conversations with public officials. They are not legally entitled to notice.
NEVER, EVER go to the office of a law enforcement agency; NEVER answer their questions unless you are a victim of a crime; Record, ALWAYS. If a law enforcement officer wants to talk to you, WITH your attorney, do so at your attorney’s office or a very public place; preferably at a nice restaurant with the LEA paying the bill.
How about courts disallow 302 statements as hearsay, and only accept recorded interviews?
Maybe PDJT will get this change while he is draining the swamp. It is really Stalinist to have procedures that permit lying/threatening etc by LEOs of any type.
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