IN DEPTH: The controversy over body-cam video

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This question is a big part of this week's FOX 11 News IN DEPTH. Police Commissioner Cynthia McClain-Hill, LAPPL President Craig Lally, Author and commentator Earl Ofari Hutchison and Hamid Kahn from the Stop LAPD Spying Coalition all weighed in on this question and more.

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