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Man Faces Life In Jail For Recording Police

41-year old Illinois mechanic Michael Allison faces a life sentence in prison for recording police officers after authorities hit him with eavesdropping charges based on the hoax that it is illegal to film cops, a misnomer that has been disproved by every other case against people filming police officers being thrown out of court.

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Comment by Ken Valentine
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 Law enfarcement tells us, "If you're not doing anything wrong, you don't have anything to be afraid of."

If THEY aren't doing anything wrong, why are they so afraid?

Comment by David Jackson
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    Is anyone surprised, really? We are living in a POLICE STATE...Either change it or get used to it; it's only going to get worse, as it is allowed to continue.

    I'll take this opportunity to suggest, once more, that we eliminate the whole bunch and turn the gestapo function over to private enterprise. If we do, we'll be able to establish some acountability and get our lives back from these misfits. I'll mention, again, that privat criminal justice will work, simply because it will be driven by success rates and "financial oversights", insted of egos and petty bureaucrats. There will be great incentive to do the job and do it right. At the very least, the rabble who run the system now will probably have to go to work screwing up fast food.


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