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Re: Filming police - constitutional right

Post by Willease » Thu Jul 26, 2012 5:25 am

People will still go to jail...are you people ready to stand up for your God given right?
That is if you are God blessed enough to happen to own something that can record what is happening, and have the presence of mind to defend us?

Thanks Evildude! (Catching up..hehe)

Re: Filming police - constitutional right

Post by Evildweeb » Wed Jul 25, 2012 11:41 pm

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Filming police - constitutional right

Post by Willease » Wed Jul 25, 2012 10:14 pm

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Officials with the police department in Washington, D.C. issued a bold statement this week: their officers have been instructed to recognize the First Amendment rights of citizens. It might sound silly, but cops have been caught harassing and arresting Washingtonians for video-recording and photographing police, even though doing such is protected by the Bill of Rights. Will their latest statement actually bring transparency to the force? Or will accountability still be absent from law enforcement?