August 26th, 2014
11:16 PM ET

Would a dashcam really answer all the questions in the Michael Brown shooting?

There was no dashcam on Officer Wilson's car when he fired the fatal shots at Michael Brown. Some argue one of those cameras could have stopped the controversy surrounding the shooting. Randi Kaye looks at several incidents where dashcams were involved and found it is not always an open and shut case.

Are dashcams really a quick fix in cases like the Michael Brown shooting? Anderson discussed that question with Washington University law professor Neil Richards and CNN legal analyst Mark Geragos.

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Filed under: Ferguson • Mark Geragos • Michael Brown • Randi Kaye
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  1. weedouthate

    So easy to second guess the police after the fact. The problems that they face are deeply rooted, which require even deeper rooted solutions. Fifty years after Martin Luther King, Jr.'s dreams, there still remain all too many weed seeds of hatred embedded in our collective consciousness, just waiting to germinate given the right conditions. The media needs to stop focusing on those stories that polarize and create ratings, and do things for the public good. ... to dig beneath the surface, looking for ways to weed out the hate.

    August 27, 2014 at 10:18 pm |
  2. stevecarson

    It Might have helped

    August 26, 2014 at 11:53 pm |

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