DeKalb Gas Stations DeKneecapped

Source: Common Sense
by Paul Jacob

“The gas stations of DeKalb County, Georgia, never did nothing to nobody … except provide petrol. Yet, thanks to a draconian county ordinance, the stations can be shut down if they fail to splurge on expensive new video surveillance systems. Even if they already have security cameras. Which most do. The law requires the systems to operate continuously; to include cameras at registers, gas pumps, parking areas, as well as entry and exit points; to record at least 24 frames per second; to store recordings for at least 60 days. Wait, these are private gas stations.” (11/14/23)