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Agreed. Hope this family becomes financially rich at the expense of Framingham taxpayers (since you can't sue the PDs pension).$$$$$$$$$$
Ianal and I believe that is in the course of investigation and not having you give up your rights, such as the 4th/search warrants. Something along the lines of "Sworn to before me and signed in my presence"Police can use cunning (lie) to achiever their goals and most normal people under pressure cave. Your average hoodlam has more resolve to resist the popo than the woman in the vid, all those extra-credits in the "university". Yes, police can lie, they can tell tall tales, trick you and the only thing they need to worry if judge will buy it. Hint, they probably know the judge a whole lot better than you.
If there were no video, the broken door would serve as evidence the entry was not voluntarily granted.The only different outcome would be they'd also have a broken door.
There was a federal decision that ruled that filming police performing their duties was constitutionally protected.That video has audio, probably get busted for "wire tapping".