Electronic Surveillance in Washington, DC
Witnesses testified about efforts to create America’s largest network of surveillance cameras in the District of Columbia and about possible violations of civil liberties by such cameras.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Johnny Barnes Executive Director American Civil Liberties Union->Washington, DC
- Ronald Goldstock Officer American Bar Association
- Margaret Kellems Deputy Mayor District of Columbia->Public Safety
- Constance "Connie" A. Morella U.S. Representative [R] Maryland
- Eleanor Holmes Norton Congressional Delegate [D] District of Columbia
- John Parsons Associate Regional Director National Park Service->Office of Lands, Resources, and Planning
- Kathleen Patterson Councilwoman District of Columbia
- Charles H. Ramsey Chief District of Columbia->Police Department
- John Woodward Researcher RAND Corporation
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