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Basically anyone who tries something like this will be assaulted by both sides of the media with loud-extremely loud dissent that the individual was seeking to waste the officers time and prevent him from fulfilling his duties of protecting the public.
A federal appeals court is ruling that the public has the right to film cops in public and reinstated a lawsuit against a local New Hampshire police department brought by a woman arrested for filming a traffic stop.
In the latest decision, the First US Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Gericke "was exercising a clearly established First Amendment right when she attempted to film the traffic stop in the absence of a police order to stop filming or leave the area." The decision allows her lawsuit against the department to proceed.
originally posted by: SubTruth
a reply to: jrod
We must force the police to wear 360 degree cameras and voice recorders 24/7 while on duty. They data will be uploaded into a cloud instantly. This is the only way to stop the police state that we currently live in.
This is what we should all demand. This is the only way to keep the police honest.