NM news station sues for police lapel videos
Albuquerque police are reviewing TASER use
ALBUQUERQUE — Reporter Kim Holland and KRQE News are asking a court to force the city of Albuquerque to produce lapel videos of arrests on May 20 and May 31 during which officers allegedly used a Taser electric shock on a suspect.
Under the New Mexico Inspection of Public Records Act, such videos are public records and are routinely produced, according to documents filed Friday in Second Judicial District Court in Albuquerque.
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