Excuse me, Mark... can I ask your Anti-Liberty extremist organization a quick question? How exactly can making a video of actions being taken by LEO's possibly negatively affect his or her execution of their job? Don't bother answering, I have the answer: It will show all the laws they break while "doing their duty", and make it harder for your represented law enforcers to keep their jobs as public outcry increases amid irrefutable proof. Sound about right?
Mark Donahue said his organization “absolutely supports” the eavesdropping act as is and was relieved that the challenge had failed. Mr. Donahue added that allowing the audio recording of police officers while performing their duty “can affect how an officer does his job on the street.”
Mark knows the truth, the police in Chicago are thugs, and busting them would be easy, so they have to intimidate regular citizens into being afraid to do anything at all, even if it's as natural as video or tape record something to protect yourself. Let me know how that works out, I hear fascism usually ends poorly.