Chaska police use blogs to catch criminals

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by Ann Treacy | March 26, 2009 • I’m not 100 percent sure how I feel about this story. The Chaska Police have started to post surveillance video of suspects on their blog. I caught the story last night on the Channel Five News.

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The blog appears to be very new – and it appears as if one case has been has already been solved, presumably with help from a blog reader. I guess if it were my store that had been robbed, I’d like it; or if were my child that was abducted, I’d love it.

It kind of hammers on home the idea that Big Brother is always watching. I just feel like it might be opening the door to vigilantes or camera hungry criminals.

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