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Arrested 4 Filming the Cops R Cameras the New Guns


Arrested for Filming the Cops Are Cameras the New Guns

Emily Good was arrested last month for filming a routine traffic stop right in front of her home. Then, outside a community meeting to demand accountability from the Rochester, NY police department over the incident, the police began issuing petty citations as a form of payback against those inside.

Video of Emily Good's arrest:
Video of Rochester police officers issuing citations:
It is now a crime to film on-duty police officers in Massachusetts, Illinois and Maryland:

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  • Fearless#

    Fearless October 24, 2011 11:59:41 AM CEST

    Disgusting example of police state and abuse of power. Filming police should always be legal or there will be NO evidence for accountability. I'm sure filming officers falls under 1st amendment rights and freedom of press. Don't be fooled, even if laws like this are put into effect they are void and unconstitutional. Protect yourself and learn a few laws like: False arrest, False imprisonment, and obstruction of justice. Yes you can use all of these on officers if the conditions are right and officers fear the public using/knowing them.

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