the decision to go public with this information has turned the entire investigation into a political game show. If, indeed, their evidence is as strong as they are saying, it should be used in the courts to bring charges, the only way to get justice in our Constitution.
Security cameras abound; most gas stations have them, store parking lots, and now house doorbells. For significantly serious crimes (where the public is endangered such as with a shooting), the police may canvas the neighborhood looking for security cameras.
Former attorney for the president Cohen admitted he had lied to Congress regarding his negotiations with Russia to help in his campaign against Hillary Clinton. Today, this is old news. Today, it’s not Russia, but rather the Ukraine. But, it’s still a repeat of an old episode.