Two journalists were brieflyarrested after taking picturesin a public place and told bythe cops that the first Amendment rights can be terminated. The article also talks abouta guy who sued the Bostonpolice after he was arrestedfor video taping them duringan arrest. He won the lawsuitand was awarded $170k, fiveyears later.Its happening more and more.Has anyone ever had arun-in with the cops overvideo taping them?
...being similarly infringed, they'd all be up in arms -- literally.
The harrasement of people using a camera/photo devise to record their interactions with police is a recurring feature of the Mafia baliwick known as Illinois (also Maryland and Massachussetts).http://www.copblock.org/6427/michaelallison/
...the cops are free to video tape you. They do it all the time with the red light cameras.
but it is true and can apply to more than just that right.I seem to remember of prominent democrat who locked up a LOT of non-anglo americans even though they did nothing wrong.
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