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The killing of Michael Brown by a police officer has reignited the national debate over whether police should all wear body cameras, designed to record their every move.

Officer Body Cams

The killing of Michael Brown by a police officer has reignited the national debate over whether police should all wear body cameras, designed to record their every move.

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