FBI Director claims police don't like being recorded, calls it a "chill wind blowing through American law enforcement"
FBI director James Comey said his conversations with police officers often come back to cellphones. He claims they're worried that young people are recording EVERY police encounter with their cellphone cameras. Comey said he has been told about higher-ranking police telling officers "to remember that their political leadership has no tolerance for a viral video."
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