filming cops

Bill protecting those who film police moves through TX Legislature

Posted May 1st, 2013 by dissident

A proposed bill introduced in the Texas State legislature would protect those who film police in public and would prohibit a person from being prosecuted if they refuse to stop filming at the command of an officer.

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Michigan prosecutor targets activist who films police

Posted February 15th, 2013 by dissident

Activist faces three months in prison for filming police who was not wearing his seat belt

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FBI Investigating Cops for Confiscating Woman's Cell Phone Camera

Posted June 7th, 2012 by Deslock Darkstar

The FBI is investigating the New Haven Police Department for illegally seizing a woman’s camera after she recorded them beating a handcuffed suspect Saturday night.

But that still doesn’t mean she will get her phone back anytime soon.

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Illegal Everything - John Stossel

The producer of Stupid in America, John Stossel, broadcasts another outstanding documentary "Illegal Everything" which shows how nearly everything is (or may soon be) illegal - including lemonade stands, raw milk, drugs, fast food, prostitution, recording police, and more.

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Expecting Privacy In Public - One cop gets it

Posted July 21st, 2011 by ihrs

Aren’t we known for saying, “If you’ve got nothing to hide, what are you worried about?” This same mentality should also apply to us. If we’re doing our job professionally and within the law, what’ve we got to worry about if someone’s filming us — especially if they’re doing so without getting in our way?

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Dr. Dre Beats Cops in Michigan, Sets Legal Precedent

Posted March 31st, 2011 by DanPatrick

‎"Dr. Dre has just helped set legal precedent regarding police conduct in one of the most important rulings by the Michigan Supreme Court. Last week, in a 6-1 ruling, the court said that police do not have a right to privacy while on the job. "

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Chicago artist faces 15 years In prison for recording cops

Posted January 25th, 2011 by delelles

In Illinois, you need the permission of the state to record on the street. It is illegal make audio recordings of cops going about their duty arresting unlicensed street artists and other ne’er-do-wells.

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