Journalist jailed for recording police

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PostSat Aug 18, 2012 2:06 am » by *WillEase*

Published on Aug 17, 2012 by RTAmerica

RT has been following the case of Adam Mueller, a New Hampshire man who has been sentenced to almost three months behind bars for publishing police conservations on the Web. Mueller, 30, had been covering the story of a high school student that was allegedly assaulted by a cop on campus. When Mueller saw video of the incident, he tried to reach out to law enforcement and school officials for answers, recording those conversations for his report. The court says publishing those taped discussions without consent violates their wiretap law, though, and now he has been sentenced. Pete Eyre of joins RT's Liz Wahl for the latest update.

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PostSat Aug 18, 2012 3:11 am » by Mydogma

I can't wait until we get to judge the corrupt judges and justice system, actually havving the ballls to suggest or make comparison to the wire tap laws...and what laws mmight that be mr sellout judge?? The laws were u as mr hollier then tho gets to read our mail on a whim..those laws..the judge is a sad example of a human being
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