Once again, it's important to note that unless you are interfering with legitimate law enforcement activity, it is 100% legal to photograph or videotape anyone in public, including cops. Obviously how cops interpret interfering is the key here, but judging by the video (see below) and written account of community activist Ed García Conde, who was handcuffed and taken to a jail cell for filming cops on Thursday night, it seems he was well within his rights at the time…..
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Sunday, March 17, 2013
Bronx Man Hauled To Jail for Exercising Right to Videotape Cops
To the numb nut Liberals in New York who are now complaining, after voting Commie Bloomberg a third time and his Comrade Barack, a second term, ELECTIONS HAVE CONSEQUENCES, you clods.
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