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Photography Is Not a Crime

Law enforcement authorities in California beat a man to death with their batons before seizing at least two cell phones from witnesses who captured the incident on video. One of the phones was seized without a warrant. The second phone was seized

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Photography Is Not a Crime

Las Vegas police are accusing so-called sovereign citizens of posing a threat to their safety because they tend to video record them during traffic stops. But if all they are wielding are cameras, then police should have no fear for their safety,

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San Antonio Park police violently beat a woman who had walked into the wrong room at a gas station, then arrested her brother for trying to video record the altercation. They also deleted the footage from her brother’s camera while charging the wo

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Photography Is Not a Crime

Hialeah police officer Fritz Janvier vowed the footage of him and fellow officers arresting a man for recording them would never see the light of day. He held on to Eric Faden’s phone for 2 months as “evidence,” even after charges were dropped

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Photography Is Not a Crime

After more than a decade of profiling citizens with cameras as potential terrorists, law enforcement officials are now hoping these same citizens with cameras will help them nab the culprits behind the Boston Marathon terrorist explosions.

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