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Baltimore police department: Aerial surveillance constitutional

The Baltimore Police Department this week defended the constitutionality of its planned use of aerial surveillance of the city, citing BPD’s compelling need to fight violent crime and saying Baltimoreans have no "reasonable expectation of privacy" when walking in public. Facing a legal challenge from a civil rights group, BPD stated in court papers that its ...

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