Stockton is bankrupt, but their police continue trying to stop people from filming in public

2. dubna 2013, 22:19
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A bicyclist hit by a car in Stockton, Ca is hospitalized in very serious condition after being hit by car this morning at the corner East Frontage Road and Arch Avenue off CA highway 99. Police investigators were at the scene along with two cars and a bicycle. Next to the bike was one tennis shoe, a baseball hat and sunglasses, apparently property of the victim. An extremely innocuous scene turned into a potential problem as one officer who was directing traffic shouted and attempted to stop a person from filming the public area. However, Americans don't have to be members of the media or doing a news story in order to film police in public. This has been ruled on in courts across the country and in fact was outlined for the second time in a very strongly worded memo letter from the U.S. Department of Justice just last month. The videographer refused to stop filming and instead asked to speak to him or his supervisor, to no avail. Two other officers were questioned on the matter on scene. Every day cops in ordinary situations nationwide need to realize that they are public servants, and infringing on our God-given natural rights is no small matter. Since they are "law enforcement", they need to uphold the highest law of the land, the U.S. Constitution. Číst celý článek >>> Přeložit do en

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