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Americans have First Amendment right to film police, US appeals court rules

RT.com   A federal appeals court has ruled that Americans have the right to videotape police officers in public, thereby allowing a court case brought against New Hampshire police to progress. Carla Gericke was arrested in 2010 for videotaping members of the Weare Police Department who pulled over her friend …

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An Example of the Positive Change Being Incited By Filming Cops

May 29, 2014 This act of kindness by these two San Diego Police officers is obviously an attempt to improve public relations. But that is a good thing, public relations need some serious improvement. Videos of the police have become disturbingly graphic and numerous over the last couple of decades …

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Cops Forcefully Catheterize Man to Obtain Urine Sample for Suspicion of DUI

Motorist Sues After Officer Takes Forced Urine Sample Cops use catheter in invasive procedure against Indiana motorist whose blood alcohol level was below the legal limit Image Credits: Public domain by thenewspaper.com | May 28, 2014 A motorist whose blood alcohol level was below the legal limit earlier this month …

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