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75 years

A sentence for the crime of videotaping the police. Tar and feathers should be applied liberally to everyone involved in the prosecution of that case.

7 Responses to “75 years”

  1. Lance R. Peak Says:

    Hopefully his lawyer knows about this:

  2. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Funny. A few months back, the Cleveland, Ohio Police Chief had a Press Conference to tell the world (and the Police Union) that, under Ohio State Law, one can tape Cops at work, as long as they aren’t shoving the camera into the LEO’s face while he/she is wrestling some Crack Head to the ground.

  3. Bubblehead Les Says:

    Oh, I forgot. I THINK this issue just went to SCOTUS, also.

  4. Kevin Baker Says:

    His case was dismissed Dec. 2. The State is appealing the dismissal. (Video at the link.)

  5. Sebastian Noblog Says:

    The state needs its headgear flushed. Though a SCOTUS ruling clarifying that no, you don’t have an expectation of privacy when doing a public job in a public place would be handy.

  6. Kevin Baker Says:

    We The People are supposed to have No Expectation of Privacy on public roads, with cell phones, etc., but police are supposed have an expectation of privacy when doing public work in a public place?

    Police State.

  7. Sebastian Noblog Says: