There is about 10 clips of this. You can go to this link if you want to watch them all. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZKH... The Baltimore Police Department have launched an investigation after body cam footage allegedly showed officers planting evidence at the scene of a crime. It’s the second such probe in two weeks.The footage shows seven officers searching the car of Insley’s client, Shamere Collins, on Nov. 29, 2016. Halfway through the footage, the officer is seen turning off his body camera. When the footage is turned back on, the officers quickly find bags of heroin and marijuana where an officer was searching previously.The Maryland Public Defender’s Office (OPD) confirmed the video’s existence Monday when announcing drug charges against Collins were being dropped. The OPD said the footage “appears to depict multiple officers working together to manufacture evidence.”The officers were not named, but the OPD said they were not the same officers involved in the video that emerged last month and recorded in January.An OPD spokesperson told the Sun that the videos show that “after the car has been thoroughly searched, the officers turn off their body cameras and reactivate them. When the cameras come back on one officer is seen squatting by the driver’s seat area. The group of officers then wait approximately 30 seconds.”The body cameras used by the BPD are designed to automatically capture 30 seconds of footage prior to the device being activated. The footage that is captured in those 30 seconds, known as a “buffer,” contains no audio.“Shortly thereafter, another officer asks if the area by that compartment has been searched. Nobody responds, and the officer reaches in and locates a bag that appears to contain drugs right by where the prior officer was, and where the car had been thoroughly searched about a half an hour prior with absolutely no results,” the OPD statement continued.Prosecutors dropped all charges against Collins on Monday, but Insley said he would pursue legal action against the BPD.“Those drugs were not in that car when we were pulled out, the state dismissed the case against me and my attorneys are reviewing the tapes to see what steps to take next,” Collins said in a statement, Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis defended his officers, telling reporters that the department is experiencing “growing pains” adjusting to the new technology.“I do know it’s not healthy to jump to a conclusion that officers did something criminal just because their camera was off,” Davis saidHe added that while the BPD has captured 121,000 hours of body cam footage, they have only sustained 14 misconduct cases from the start of the program.On Tuesday, Davis issued a memo, reminding officers they must activate their body cams when they are called for service and keep them on until they leave the scene.“In the event your body worn camera is not activated during the recovery of evidence, under no circumstances shall you attempt to recreate the recovery of evidence after re-activating your body worn camera,” Davis wrote.👮If you like watching my videos then you could toss me a 1$ or 2$ or more one-time tip if you want at https://www.paypal.me/VideoLeakPolice to help me become fan-funded and give me a push to encourage me to go on because YouTube is screwing me by demonetizing some of my videos since they claim they’re too ☠️graphic☠️, not advertising Friendly or age restricted🔞, copyrighted etc.... That would help me to be less restrictive in the videos I Publish. Anyway thanks for choosing my channel, I appreciate and I'm really proud of the interest🕵️ you guys give to it.👍👮.♦Disclaimer: This video is NOT intended to be violent or glorify violence in any way. We are sharing the footage STRICTLY for the purposes of news reporting and educating. Video Leak Police publish news reporting videos, educational, Under Mini Documentary form. Public safety, to expose an injustice, documenting or foster debate about important events.***For any concern or Copyright Issue*** Please *Message me* › https://www.facebook.com/videoleak01/ or https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbQ4... Follow Video Leak Police on: https://twitter.com/VideoLeak1 https://www.facebook.com/videoleak01/ Video Leak Police Primary Publish The New Police Dash Cam, Officer Body Camera footage releases. New Police chase, Police pursuit, Police Car Dashcam, Police Officer Bodycam, New Video of Law enforcement Activity, Crimes and more. In HD 1080p, You are Welcome to Subscribe Here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbQ4... Video Leak is Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for «fair use» for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research.
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