Shouldn't recording your own police interrogation be a constitutionally protected right, like the right to an attorney? If not, why not?read more | digg story
The subtitle did it for me. "Big Brother is always watching you. But who's watching Big Brother?" You can always get me with a 1984 reference; and truthfully, why shouldn't you be able to produce your own record of a police encounter, or an interrogation, etc?