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Allowing Al cameras a lot of cameras got to get ready for a lots more of -- not bad guys we hole but lots more cameras and probably soon New York police commissioner Ray Kelly.
Already urging hundreds if not thousands more on every street corner and passageways and -- a New York City.
But he isn't stopping there but my friend judge editor volatile and others saying well why don't you just stop right there towards your word -- this week so we'll.
Well I'm worried that this could lead to the environment and east Germany where as you may recall -- -- last year is it became a crime.
For failure to report a crime.
And in fact that prosecution failure to report a crime was the most frequently prosecuted crime and so if you're caught on camera.
Looking the other way when someone engages in -- misdeed.
You could be prosecuted for looking the other way and I don't want I don't think anybody wants that kind of society here.
They also worry that the destruction of privacy in public and let's face it been virtually destroyed.
Ray Kelly's heart is in the right place he's the greatest police commissioner this city has -- he may be the best in the country right now.
He's a lawyer he understands the constitution.
But if we have cameras more than we have now.
So that everywhere we go the government can watch us that will stifle the type of breathing room that freedom of expression requires in this country.
What does it affect you when you walk down the street -- I see them everywhere out here are highly streetcar and I'll tell you when Lou I've almost amused.
I'll tell you when it will start affecting when two things happen when they turn the microphones on.
Most of these cameras are equipped with microphone so that the police can listen as well as watch and when they say.
Cavuto don't go out into the street yet there's a car company.
Or more likely for you could -- -- put away that twinkie.
You should meet -- -- go out in the street wanna see what happens so what when that -- -- put it if you're a good guy he's got to -- your bad guys.
Yes you should have to -- who wants the government telling us what to do.
Well that's that's not America that's not the America we for -- and if the cameras ever get beyond that and into our private homes on the totalitarian state will be here.
All right but it's a fine line right it's a fine line address was senator Rand Paul on Fox Business I want you to react to this community you have -- about this.
Rand Paul and -- We shouldn't be Willy Nilly looking and everyone's backyard what they're doing but if there's I killer on the loose in a neighborhood.
I'm not against drones being used to search them out.
Heat seeking devices being used I'm all for a law enforcement.
I'm just not for surveillance when there's not probable calls that are crimes being committed.
But he extended that true.
Someone -- a liquor store for fifty bucks he did it if he had said -- they think he intended to -- and as I told you before the break he called me to tell me about this I spoke with -- earlier this morning.
If he had said someone's coming out of a liquor store.
With a gun and shooting it.
Well then that person is fair game for anyone -- and -- shooting the police obviously can use deadly force one deadly forest is that you lose the use of -- drone.
In the senator's view.
His filibuster was against using drones for targeted assassinations.
In the senator's view he has no problem with the police using technology to fight crime in my view.
I don't want 30000.
Drones flying in my face where they get that number the air force says in fewer than ten years they'll be 30000 rounds some the size of mosquitoes.
Flying in the country that's also not America.
Cameras and every street corner.
And draw the line as you were suing all of this to keep -- safe or safer.
You have nothing to worry about failure to judge an outstanding human being an upright this one as well.
Don't worry we're going after and this is meant to target.
People who do something nefarious.
When when the government is in your face you can't be free no matter how -- nine -- well intended the government may -- it's just human nature.
Could you imagine Jefferson with the thought of cameras watching him everywhere he went or -- in his face.
Especially knowing his personal habits that would be a problem I -- -- -- okay thank you judge.
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