Secret video and microphone recording devices were recently discovered on the first and second floor of Green Bay, Wisconsin’s City Hall. The recording devices were installed to record citizens, staff, political officials, and citizens who enter the building.
Star News Network obtained records that show Green Bay city officials installed at least three audio recording devices in City Hall — without notifying the City Council or the public.
Alderman Chris Wery discovered that the spying equipment was installed last year — two on the second floor outside the council chamber and the mayor’s office, and one on the first floor outside the clerk’s office.
Local WFRV Local 5 reported:
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Recording devices can be found on the first and second floors of Green Bay’s City Hall. Alderman Christopher Wery is acknowledging the devices and asking that they be removed for the privacy of those entering the building.
“I have a public service announcement, it has come to my attention that citizens, employees, and elected officials are being spied on in City Hall,” said Alderman Christopher Wery.
Without public knowledge, cameras and microphones were placed inside Green Bay’s City Hall. Concerns regarding the right to privacy are the issue with the cameras and microphones. Wery says many were unaware of them being recorded.
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UPDATE: Green Bay officials defended their spying on American citizens.