Monday, September 14, 2009

Behind Conversation Recording Laws

Private detective Paul Huebl has the story:

Some states promulgated laws that require all parties to conversations consent to their conversations being recorded. The real reason for the laws was to protect corrupt politicians and officials from being exposed for extortion. The extortion happens all the time when people are muscled for campaign contributions and bribes.

The recordings automatically are suppressed and are never allowed as evidence in court except when used against the people making the recording...

There are generally exceptions made for law enforcement. The most politically corrupt states have these laws such as California, New York, New Jersey, Illinois and Maryland.

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