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Nine Things That Happen When You Film Police Encounters

Posted by M. C. on March 18, 2012

I recently posted that recording police in PA is a crime and referenced the statute.

Eric Peters of www.epautos.com emailed and said he feels these laws were put in place for the protection of citizens and all arrests pertaining this issue (in and beyond PA) have been dismissed.  Well maybe so but I feel we are still taking a chance.  Never-the-less Austin White lists 9 positive things here that happen when we create a visual record of what the boys in blue do.

Gary North thinks video is a good idea also.

2 Responses to “Nine Things That Happen When You Film Police Encounters”

  1. Mike Rowley said

    Always have a camera handy for that million dollar picture or video.The police who are really drunk on their authority need to to be monitored by everyone. Of course you cant let them see you do it. People need to realize that the police are not their friends. They serve the elite on every level. If their is a crime they cannot solve, they look for a weak link. Someone who they can railroad. Someone without resources. Someone they can tie to that crime on even flimsey circumstantial “evidence”. Just remember, for the police and the DA it’s all about the numbers. The truth is only a stumbling block that gets in the way of their stats and ambition.

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