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The U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals set a precedent making filming cops a liberty afforded protection under the First Amendment.
An Arkansas politician who helped pass state legislation protecting people who film the police, has been arrested for... filming the police.
For legally filming the police from across the street, a 52-year-old man was assaulted and thrown in jail by tyrant cops on a mission to violate rights.
After being entirely compliant and polite while filming, a man was tackled and arrested for practicing his 1st Amendment right
When the officers refused to keep stealing pot from the evidence room, the sheriff fired them.
According to FBI Director James Comey, holding police accountable for their violent crimes against American citizens creates more violent crime, despite statistics to the contrary.
As the number of smartphones increases so does the number of cops being caught on video behaving badly.
A short but insanely funny video captures a cop who somehow managed to get himself stuck in his patrol car's window.
One of the most tyrannical lawmakers in the US has just gotten symbolically tarred and feathered by those he claimed to be helping.
"Are you aware that it is now illegal to record police officers in public?" says the officer after he was caught sleeping in a church parking lot.