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NYPD officer on the rights of the public to film (makes a lot of sense)

 
Philligan
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NYPD officer on the rights of the public to film (makes a lot of sense)
Retired NYPD detective Graham Weatherspoon talked to Luke Rudkowski about filming the police and some of the historic moments he was apart of in his life. Graham Weatherspoon is the spokesperson for 100 Blacks in Law Enforcement Who Care. The event was filmed at a recent Police Reform Organizing Project (PROP) event in Harlem NY.



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bump watch this video if you have time today
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Thanks for the 5 star vote, this guy is a former NY Detective and is a smart cop.

He basically says the Police should have NO problem with citizens videotaping them if they are doing their job right.

They should have nothing to hide
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He also says that public surveillance is everywhere these days, on the street etc. So if they can tape us, why cant we tape them?
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12/06/2012 07:17 AM
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Police should be held to a higher standard. They are there to set an example. Lots do this and their are many that don't. These ones need to find another line of work.
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Police should be held to a higher standard. They are there to set an example. Lots do this and their are many that don't. These ones need to find another line of work.
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Agreed! Thank you
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12/06/2012 07:20 AM
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Thanks for the 5 star vote, this guy is a former NY Detective and is a smart cop.

He basically says the Police should have NO problem with citizens videotaping them if they are doing their job right.

They should have nothing to hide
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There ya go.

If you're not doing anything wrong, THEN YOU HAVE NOTHING TO HIDE, OFFICERS.

This would go for ALL public employees as well. Including our friends in Washington DC.

Video everything they do.
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12/06/2012 07:50 AM
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The cops who don't want to be videoed are either
the ones who bust heads, and shoot first and ask
questions later, OR
their bosses who condone or even encourage that
behavior.

They are thugs with badges.
Call them on it, every chance you get.
Video them in secret if you must, and
put their misdeeds anonymously on youtube
for all the world to see.
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12/06/2012 07:59 AM
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Re: NYPD officer on the rights of the public to film (makes a lot of sense)
The cops who don't want to be videoed are either
the ones who bust heads, and shoot first and ask
questions later, OR
their bosses who condone or even encourage that
behavior.

They are thugs with badges.
Call them on it, every chance you get.
Video them in secret if you must, and
put their misdeeds anonymously on youtube
for all the world to see.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 29133209


Video them OPENLY.

If they hassle or arrest you, sue them for civil rights violations, and collect millions of dollars in the settlement when you kick their asses in court.

Print this out, and carry it, along with your video recorder, for those "special moments".

United States Court of Appeals For the First Circuit
No. 10-1764
SIMON GLIK,
Plaintiff, Appellee,
v.
JOHN CUNNIFFE, in his individual capacity; PETER J. SAVALIS, in his individual capacity; JEROME HALL-BREWSTER, in his individual capacity; CITY OF BOSTON, Defendants, Appellants.



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