Filming in public is looked down upon in the UK as well. Agent Smith flashes a police badge and asked if I new why they where here. I said no. He said that I had been filming in Idolwells shopping centre and around town and asked if they could come in, I said no and went to get my camera. This is what happened.
A Jonesboro, Arkansas man was arrested after filming police conduct a warrantless search of a woman’s vehicle and body who was his neighbor. Across the United States, police are adopting tactics not even seen in the worst Third World nations. Infowars.com has reviewed literally hundreds of videos which document the fact that police at routine traffic stops handcuff drivers with no probable cause and then search their cars and persons.
One of OrlandoCopwatch.com’s founders, John Kurtz was arrested by law enforcement over the New Years Eve holiday. OrlandoCopwatch.com will release a public statement after Mr. Kurtz’s side can be told.
OrlandoCopwatch.com’s founders and its many active contributors expect that John Kurtz is being treated fairly while in custody as he is a good and generous friend and not a violent, dangerous criminal.
SANFORD, Fla.— A man who defied officials for more than 13 years by refusing to remove airplane parts and other junk from his yard was sentenced to three years in prison.
Alan Wayne Davis, 49, had been placed on house arrest in September after serving nearly a year in prison for illegal dumping and creating and maintaining a public nuisance.
On Monday, a judge sentenced Davis to three years in prison for violations of his house arrest, including failing to return home from work on time and keeping part of a World War II fighter plane in his yard.