by Carlos Miller, Pixiq
A woman was arrested for videotaping police from her front yard in Rochester, New York.
The woman, who is unidentified at this point, was recording a traffic stop where police had a man handcuffed on May 12th. The video was uploaded to Blip TV today.
The cops noticed her recording and started hassling her with absurd notions.
?I don?t feel safe with you standing behind me, so I?m going to ask you to go into your house,? the cop said.
?You seem very anti-police ? due to what you said to me before you started taping me.?
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One of the worst examples I've seen of this behavior. Disgusting. "not listening to our orders"
Who do they think they are. They think they are in the military.FOLLOW UP:
Rochester police use selective enforcement of parking laws to harass attendees at a meeting in support of Emily Good
A followup on Emily Good, the woman who was arrested for video-recording a police stop from her front yard: during a neighborhood meeting in support of Ms Good, Rochester Police came out with a ruler and measured the parking-distance of the attendees' cars. Cars that were more than 12 inches from the curb (even by half an inch) were ticketed. Needless to say, the 12 inch ordinance isn't normally enforced with this kind of vigor.
Police Harass Community Members Attending Meeting in Support of Emily Good
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