In boston, authorities are letting residents and business owners back to the area where last week terrorial attack happened.
Yesterday there were private surveys for the two suspect for last week's violence.
Eight year old,Marton Reacher,the MIT police officer,Shon Callier.
The surving suspect,Joconnaila was in hospital ,he couldnt appeared in front of judge,so on Monday a judge came to him.
That's when the suspect read the merender rights we explained what those are in yesterday's show.
The suspect has been communicating with the investigators,he suggested he and his brother,the other suspect,were not members of a terrorist group.
He also indicated that his brother died after a shoot with police directed last week's attack.
Surveillance cameras were big part of identifying the bombing suspect.
But for some people,these cameras raise a debate of privacy versus security,Alanconstontily phily KARE has more on that.
Where is the line?
How do we set it up,so that we don't lose that sense of not being a constant undersurveilance.
Milisoder,civil,liberty union excutive director Charle Samuson says he realized the private surveilance camera were used by boston authorities to indentify the two suspect in the marathon bombing a week ago.
The question is can such widely used video surveilance impede giant liberties.
If you creat a society were everything is on the video table actually directly digital media kind of staff.
When everything is recorded,everthing is captured forever,you have absolutely no privacy.
The flip side of that concern,as you can imagine,comes from the people runing some of the cameras.
Less privacy to the camera system,
so this is an umbrella safety to the public,
it allows access of police department to take a look at some of our key business corridors.
Commander,Galler,runs many appler polices stragtic information center where more than 100 cameras amended seven days a week.
He said he has the eyes on hundreds of private surveilance cameras in the city.
the moral or legal right or ability to control
The government is the highest authority in the country.
to share information with others by speaking, writing, moving your body, or using other signals
He has communicated his wishes to me.
serious discussion of a subject in which many people take part
After a long debate, the house of commons approved the bill.
to make it more difficult for something to happen or more difficult for someone to do something
The development of the project was seriously impeded by a reduction in funds.
to take someone as a prisoner, or to take something into your possession, especially by force
The animals are captured in nets and sold to local zoos.