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Protesters Against Police Crackdown on Photography

UK: Protesters Against Police Crackdown on Photography

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUSuBuMzVnk

 

Taking Photos Is NOT A Crime

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83tIf0My3T4

Labour invents 33 new crimes every month

 



New Jersey Mayor Considers Martial Law Curfew

New Jersey Mayor Considers Martial Law Curfew

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GXhwJWauHCY

 

EOK Parliament: Attempted Shutdown

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v-GsKn4-CF0

Innocent trainspotter suspected of being a terrorist by police after taking photos of trains

Coffee, Tea, or Should We Feel Your Pregnant Wife’s Breasts Before Throwing You in a Cell at the Airport and Then Lying About Why We Put You There?

 



Arrested for asking a policeman for his badge number

Arrested for asking a policeman for his badge number

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyReyyg7zVE

 



Man Arrested For Taking Photos in America

Man Arrested For Taking Photos in America

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_FFW-2jH-Uo

 

Taking Photos Is NOT A Crime

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=83tIf0My3T4

 

I guess in London you’re a terrorist if you have these items

 



Man arrested for taking a photo of police

Man arrested for taking a photo of police

The Sun
August 20, 2008

A MAN was held for five hours after he photographed a cop reversing the wrong way up a one-way street.

Andrew Carter snapped the cop van outside a chippie.

PC Aqil Farooq leaped out, hit the camera to the ground, handcuffed Mr Carter and bundled him into the back of the vehicle.

The plumber, 44, was arrested for supposedly being drunk, resisting arrest and assaulting the officer with the camera.

He was kept in cells before finally being released on police bail at midnight.

Mr Carter, of Bedminster, Bristol, said: �I was nearly knocked down there once so when the police van went the wrong way I sort of said, ‘Hey mate. no entry’. But he just shouted out of the window, ‘F*** off — this is police business’.

�It was very frightening. All I had done was photograph these police officers doing something illegal, but I was the one who ended up being arrested.�

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Video shows police punching teen 13 times in the face

Video shows police punching teen 13 times in the face

Andrew McLemore
Raw Story
August 10, 2008

An 18-year-old was punched in the face 13 times by a deputy police officer, whose dashboard video camera caught the incident on tape, WYFF Channel 4 News reported.

The video shows undercover Deputy Brian Tollison pulling over a truck driven by a drug suspect and beating the teenage driver while what appears to be a back-up deputy held down him down.

Once back-up deputies arrived, 18-year-old Jeremy Rucker was pulled out of the truck and tasered and kicked while lying prone on the ground.

Sheriff Steve Loftis fired Tollison, who also faces criminal charges for the incident, which took place May 15.

“The fact that Deputy Tollison took his closed fist and struck the suspect in the face 13 times in my opinion was excessive,” Loftis said.

The other deputies involved have not been charged.

The Greenville County Sheriff’s Department said that Rucker had fled from police and resisted arrest, but had “calmed down” when Tollison started hitting him.

Rucker’s attorney, Karl Allen, said his client was sitting in his truck talking on his phone when the undercover deputies approached him.

“Then they have the audacity, to treat this man as if he’s a piece of meat and Taser him with electrical jolts to his body and then, that’s not enough,” Allen said. “They kick three times to the torso.”

Police charged Rucker with drug possession and resisting arrest, though drugs were not found on him until he was taken into custody.

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Police brutality in Smith Homes, Greensboro, NC

 

FBI to Review Police Raid That Killed Mayor’s Dogs

Washington Post
August 8, 2008

The FBI has launched a review of the violent law enforcement raid of the home of Berwyn Heights Mayor Cheye Calvo in Prince George’s County last week that resulted in the deaths of the family’s two dogs.

The agency has begun “reviewing the events that occurred at Mr. Calvo’s residence,” said Richard J. Wolf, spokesman for the FBI in Baltimore, which has jurisdiction over federal civil rights investigations in Maryland.

The FBI announcement came in response to a call yesterday by Calvo and his wife, Trinity Tomsic, for such a probe. Calvo and Tomsic suggested a systemic problem might exist in county law enforcement.

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Police use of force up 27%
http://www2.hickoryrecord.com/content/2008/aug/08/police-use-force-27/

Plan to put Tasers in Uniontown schools gets mixed reviews
http://www.pittsburghlive.com/x/valleyindependent/teenscene/s_581794.html

Witness: PA Police Tasered Man To Death
http://rawstory.com/news/2008/Pennsylvania_po..eath_of_tased_0806.html

Deputy threatened to arrest 12-year-old for “unlawful photography”
http://www.magiccitymania.com/2008..er-for-unlawful-photographysta/

 



Police Arrest Photographers For Taking Pictures in Times Square

Police Arrest Photographers For Taking Pictures in Times Square

 

BBC UK Covers Police Brutality at Climate Camp ’08

Cops Exempt From Cell Phone Driving Ban
http://www.insidebayarea.com/oaklandtribune/localnews/ci_10092259

Injured teen sees no reason police used stun gun 19 times on him
http://www.ky3.com/home/video/26158674.html

UK: Speeding Fines Up 400%
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/motoring/main..ring/2008/08/05/mnspeed105.xml