YouTube may be only 2 years old, but public officials should have gotten the memo by now: From the moment they step out the front door in the morning, every single thing they say and do may be videotaped, stuck up on YouTube, and used against them. The most recent local example is a statement by David Campos, a police commissioner who's gearing up his campaign for the District 9 supervisor seat next year. But in a peculiar San Franciscan twist, what some would consider a political faux pas might be just the thing his... More >>>
Police commissioner David Campos stepped over the line when he criticized a specific police officer at a meeting of pot activists. Or did he?