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January 11, 2024
Watch: Police say stop posting porch pirate videos because the guy caught stealing off of your porch might be innocent
Porch piracy is a problem, but not as much of a problem as people who post videos of people stealing off their property. After all, you wouldn't want to cause undue stress to a porch pirate being outed as a porch pirate. You need to think of the person who stole from you. Please, I'm begging you, consider the person who stole from you's feelings.
That's the unintentional (I hope) message being sent by the Quebec police. Shout out to Rebel News. They're having themselves quite the week.
"You cannot post the images yourself, you have to remember in Canada we have presumption of innocence."
Quebec police urge the public not to post footage of thieves stealing packages from their houses because it can be a violation of private life. pic.twitter.com/1hpXIs2gDC
— Alexandra Lavoie (@ThevoiceAlexa) January 10, 2024
"You cannot post the images yourself; you have to remember in Canada, we have a presumption of innocence. And posting that picture could be a violation of private life."
I get what I think my man is trying to say about a "presumption of innocence." In journalisming, you still have to say "alleged" until there's an actual conviction, regardless of how guilty as sin the person is. The rub is he tries to make that point couched between telling citizens. they post videos of what happens on their property and are concerned that they might violate the private lives of people who just stole from their property.
"If you get some proof that someone might have stolen something, then call the police, give the proof to the police, and then we'll do the investigation."
The proof that someone might have stolen something is the video of someone stealing something. An investigation. one would think, would not be that hard. Especially if you share the video on the internets.
I don't think the officer meant to sound this silly. But more important than anything else is to ignore his pleas to stop posting the porch pirate footages. Seeing criminals get their comeuppance is quite the palate cleaner.
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