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The Baltimore City public defender’s office is asking Police Commissioner Kevin Davis and State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby to put a stop to BPD’s recently publicized aerial surveillance program as reported by foxbaltimore.com.

Deputy Public Defender Natalie Finegar says the office knows almost nothing about the technology that has not already been reported in the meda.

For more information go to foxbaltimore.com

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Public Defender’s Office Calls For Suspension Of BPD’s Aerial Surveillance Program  was originally published on wolbbaltimore.com