What if a person dials 911 during the incident and has 911 on speaker phone, so that the threats and attempt to break into a person's house is recorded on the 911 tape? For example: Officers are at your door at 3 a.m. with an ex-girlfriend. The officers state she is on probation and want to come in search the house. While you are not on probation and your ex-girlfriend doesn't live with you, you refuse to let them in. You shut your door and lock it. The officers are now cutting into your screen door, then trying to pick your lock to open the door and come in. You dial 911 and hit speaker phone.
The recorded call picks up the angry officers' threats and the background noises of what they are doing. The operator is reporting the demands of the officer, trying to get you to the open the door, but they never get in. Later, you are harassed for making an internal affairs complaint. Now you need to rely on this tape. Is it admissible against the officers who were violating your constitutional rights?