SOURCE: Expose Channel LLC

Expose Channel LLC

April 28, 2016 07:57 ET

New Expose Channel Takes on Viral Video Giants, WORLDSTAR HIPHOP and Liveleak, on Twitter: "Check out Our First Virtual Courtroom! We're Using These Viral Videos Constructively, for Something Positive."

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - April 28, 2016) - Expose Channel just hosted the world's first Virtual Courtroom session. NYC subway musician and Defendant, Andrew Kalleen, joined the courtroom to discuss everything that has happened since his arrest, the challenges he faced dealing with the legal/policing system and ways to improve the system.

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Andrew was joined by:

  • John A. Eterno, Author/Professor/Former NYPD Captain 
  • Andrew Muchmore, Civil Rights Attorney in Williamsburg, Brooklyn 
  • Saki Knafo, Reporter who has covered the NYPD extensively for Huffington Post, New York Times, The Atlantic, and other publications

Given that The Virtual Courtroom is not like our traditional legal courtrooms; the 5 Jurors did not issue "Guilty v Not-Guilty" verdicts but are asked whether the Defendant will repeat their offense again.

In this session, there was a unanimous decision that he "Will Repeat" -- in fact, at the end of the session, Andrew explained that he was getting ready to head out into the West 4th Street Subway Station, where he would be performing a late night piano session!

Participants enjoyed taking part in this very civilized and constructive discussion, in the comfort of their own homes and offices -- a very unique feature that the Virtual Courtroom format offers. People in different locations around the globe can come together from anywhere and talk through issues in Real-time, without the intimidation of TV studios, and without any threat of people becoming violent if tempers flare.

What's more, no one is issued fines or prison sentences in this Virtual Courtroom. In this format, people are free to speak directly to the world about events they were involved in by providing details about the incident and important perspectives that were not provided in the original filming.

All of the people who have been recorded in a conflict or wrongdoing in recent years now have an outlet to come and speak to the world directly because these people are almost invariably looking for this outlet. They can apologize or defend themselves or accept constructive feedback or solutions from the rest of the world. Expose Channel offers a new, more constructive and civilized way to address conflicts and wrongdoing.

View the session.

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