Talk about paranoid… State Senator Tom Reynolds held a public town hall meeting recently at the Wauwatosa Public Library and he demanded that a listener turn off their camcorder.
Reynolds claimed that it was a private meeting and therefore not subject to being recorded. Here’s the problem with that — if Reynolds chooses to hold his town hall meeting (or whatever he wants to call it) in a public building, there are requirements that it be open. So what’s the harm in having a recording of the Senator’s comments?
Those of us who weren’t in the room may never know.