On Saturday, Police stopped Darrow once again at a DUI roadblock. Darrow's only recording tool was his cell phone which captured 50 seconds worth of the interaction before the phone was seized and Darrow ordered out of his car. Darrow complied, locking the door while his girlfriend waited in the passenger seat. Officer Lane then took the keys out of Darrow's pocket, entered the car without permission, and proceeded to move it down the street.Read more »
The US Justice Department has notified the Boston PD that citizens have an absolute right to record the police.Read more »
Illinois man faces five felony charges and 75 years in prison for recording on duty police officers.Read more »
A woman stood in her own lawn and recorded the police in the street in front of her house. Of course the police didn't like it so they abducted her and threw her in a cage.Read more »
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